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20200853 77 Van Dam Extension Application m ,`,��{'OG:� SJ [FOR OFFICE USEI f CITY OF SARATOGA SPRWGS ��. _� ; � ,,���` A 'f DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION F �� � (Application#) ...�,•. % ❑ /`�;: � � :+► City Hall-474 Broadway �,1:;,;�;;� .L ';,. Saratoga Springs, New York I 2866 (�`'",����ar=o •,'� Tel:518-587-3550 x.515 fax:518-580-9480 - (Date received)._._,,. www.saratoga-springs.org _ ARCHITECTURAL/HISTORIC REVIEWAPPLICATION ` ; �O� � �` L�L�) APPLICANT(S)� OWNER�S� (/fnotapplicant) 'ATTORNEY/AGENT - _ __ Name 77 Van Dam LLC M. Elizabeth Co�eno, Esq: -- ' Address 18 Division Street, Suite 401 18 Division Street, Suite 401 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Phone 518-584-9007 � � 518-584-9007� Email Jimc@bonacio.com libby@bonacio.com Identify primary contact person: ❑Applicant ❑ Owner 8 Attorney/Agent *An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: 8 Owner ❑ Lessee ❑ Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION Property Address/Location: ��Van Dam St., Saratoga Springs Tax Parcel #: �65 51 _ 1 2 I (for example:165.52-4-37) Current Zoning District: �R-3 Property use: 8 Residential ❑ Non-residential/mixed-use \/ Type of Review: ��Architectural ❑ Historic 8 Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: Request for continuing architectural review of safety and replacement items on the exterior of 77 Van Dam Street including (1)Cond�it on the exterior of thP building to c�nnPct to lights Pntnn"�^�Securit��y_st m nd firP r�nonse system; (2)installation of two new carriage house lights at the main entrance to the building for lighting and two smaller �ets of carriage lights on the other residential side entrances; (3)windows on the rear of the building which replaced previously pamted plywood; (4)replacement doors at the entrances which are the same material as those removed; (5) use of comparable stone at the transoms above two of the entrances which replaced glass above the entry doors; (6) ms a a ion o mo ion e ec ion ig a e rear u i i y room oor; use o compara e s one a e rear o e ui ing o replace the former painted plywood for around existing vents;and (8)fire alarm components for building exterior; and (9) Has a previous application been filed with the DRC for this property? ❑ No �Yes-date(s)? 2�2019 -App. No.(s>� 20190146 Revised 03/2018 APPLICATION FEE (payable to "Commissioner of Finance"): Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Non-residential/mixed-use structures (principal) $360 Residential approval—extension $50 Non-residential signs,awnings, accessory structures $120 Residential -administrative action $50 Non-residential approval—extension $I 20 Non-residential mixed-use sketch $120 Non-residential-administrative action �20 ��A "complete" application consists of 1 hard copy(original) and I electronic copy of application &ALL other materials as required below: New Construction/Additions ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and adjacent properties ❑ Site plan, drawn to scale,showing existing&proposed construction,property fines&dimensions, required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features(fences,walks,trees,etc.);on no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Elevation drawings showing design of all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting(fixture &lamp type,wattage),etc.-include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Floor plans for proposed structure;on sheet no larger than 2'x3'—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Change in exterior building materials (windows, doors, roof, siding, etc.), or color(in non-residential districts only) � Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and that illustrate affected features ❑ Elevation drawings showing all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors,materials, lighting(fixture&lamp type,wattage),etc.-include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible 8 Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors WttI11Cl fl'011t y31"CI S2tbaCICS Ill HIStOCIC DIStCICtS Of1Ix (Fronssetbacks;UR-I &INST-HTR=30';UR-4=25';UR-2,UR-3&NCUD-1=10') - Installation, removal or change in material of drive-and walkways - Installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening over 3' in height - Installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices (more than 2'diameter) For any of above: ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent proper[ies ❑ Site plan showing existing&proposed construction:include property lines&dimensions,required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage,site features(fences,walks,trees,etc.) street names,compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Signa�e/Awnings ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and adjacent properties ❑ Plan showing location of proposed sign/awning structure on building/premises: no larger than I I"x 17" ❑ Scaled illustration of proposed sign/awning structure and lettering(front view&profile): include all dimensions of structure;type, dimensions and style of lettering or logo;description of colors, materials, mounting method and hardware ❑ Descriptions,specifications of proposed lighting including fixture&lamp type,wattage, mounting method,and location ❑ Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Demolition � ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing and any proposed structures-include dimensions,setbacks,street names, compass bearing,and scale ❑Written description of reasons for demolition and, in addition: ❑ For structures of"architectural/historical significance",demonstrate"good cause"why structure cannot be preserved ❑ For structures in an architectural district that might be eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Places,or for a "contributing"structure in a National Register district(contact City staffl,provide plans for site development following demolition- include a timetable and letter of credit{or project completion Telecommunication facilities ❑ Color photographs showing site/existing structures,and of adjacent proper-ties ❑ Site plan showing existing and proposed structures:include dimensions,setbacl<s,street names,compass bearing,and scale ❑Scaled illustration of proposed structures:include all dimensions;colors,materiafs, lighting, mounting details ❑ Consult Article 240-I 2.22 of the City's Zoning Ordinance and City staff to ensure compliance with requirements for visual impact assessment and existing and proposed vegetative screening Revised 03l201R Request for extension of current approval ❑ Identify date of original DRC approval: Current expiration date: Org.App. No. ❑ Describe why this extension is necessary and whether any significant changes have occurred either on the site or in the neighborhood. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form 8 Applicants proposing the following must complete"Part I"of the SEQR Short Environmental Assessment Form (available here: http://www.dec.ny.Qov/docs/permits ej operations pdf/seafpartone.pd�: -Construction or expansion of a multi-family residential structure(4 units +) -Construction or expansion(exceeding 4,000 sq. ft,gross floor area)of a principal or accessory non-residential structure -Telecommunications facility,radio antennae,satellite dishes -Demolition Disclosure Does any City officer, employee or family member thereof have a financial interest(as defined by General Municipal Law Section 809) in this application? 8 No ❑Yes- If yes,a statement disclosing the name, residence, nature, and extent of this interest must be filed with this application. Certification I/we, the property owner(s), or purchaser(s)/lessee(s) under contract, of the land in question, hereby request an appearance before the Design Review Commission. By the signature(s) attached hereto, I/we certify that the information provided within this application and accompanying documentation is, to the best of my/our knowledge,true and accurate. I/we further understand that intentionally providing false or misleading information is grounds for immediate denial of this application. I/we hereby authorize the members of the Design Review Commission and designated City staff to enter the property associated with this application for purposes of conducting any necessary site inspections relating to this application. Furthermore, I e agree to meet all requirements under Article VII for Historic Review or Article VIII for Architectur-al Review of th oning Code of the City of Saratoga Springs. Date: ll �� �o (applicant signature) Date: (applicant signature) If applicant is not the currently the owner of the property,the current owner must also sign. Owner Signature: Date: Owner Signature: Date: Revised 03/2018 FOR OFFICE USE ONL This application has been reviewed by the Zoning Enforcement Of�cer and is being forwarded to the Commission. Signature: Date: Additional Comments: Revised 03/2013 `r�`�`��"`'�� �sj CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS �FOROFFICEUSEI f � -r�! - �, ; ; a � ,,�;;;-' � ;':. �;, DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION � �, � ~ i � (Application#) � � _ ,� t ;� .+ City Hall-474 Broadway �''��'' • Saratoga Springs, New York I 2866 n/c�^'''ORatEO `a,� Tel:518-587-3550 x.515 fax:518-580-9480 q . ..(Qate rece�ved),._.__ www.saratoga-springs.org , ; , "' �� ,��- ` , , i : ? " '� ' i`_-y ARCHITECTURAL�HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION �� � ' ' ��' ������ �C '� 3 �, � ?QLO � , ��:� � � fr..]��..,�� APPLICANT(S)�` OWNER�S� (/lnotapp/icant� ';ATTORNEY/AGENT ' u s.: - � 7 .��t ; _ ._._. Name 77 Van Dam LLC M. Elizabefli�Coreno, Esq.-�� -• Address 18 Division Street, Suite 401 18 Division Street, Suite 401 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Phone 518-584-9007 � � 518-584-9007� Email J�mc@bonacio.com libby@bonacio.com Identify primary contact person: ❑Applicant ❑ Owner 8 Attorney/Agent �An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: 8 Owner ❑ Lessee ❑ Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION 77 Van Dam St., Saratoga Springs 165 'rJ� � 2� Property Address/Location: Tax Parcel #: - (for example:165.52-4-37) Current Zoning District: �R—� Property use: � Residential ❑ Non-residential/mixed-use Type of Review: �l Architectural ❑ Historic 8 Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: Request for continuing architectural review of safety and replacement items on the exterior of 77 Van Dam Street including (�Conduit on thP exterior of the b�ilding to connect to lights, e_ntnl��G - . iri ���stem�and fire re�non�e system; (2)installation of two new carriage house lights at the main entrance to the building for lighting and two smaller . , !.,i'..:':�ri�`=i�i:.'':, w.. �e a e c � •o•• � e. n o• e � e o • o $ THE ADIRONDACK TRUST COMPANY SARATOGA SPRINGS,NY 12866-0326 1106 50-288/213 77 VAN DAM LLC. CHECK NO. 18 DIVISION STREET•SUITE 401 SARATOGA SPRINGS,NY 12866 1106 DATE AMOUNT ***************FIFTY DOLLARS AND 00 CENTS*************** —��--_.�-- - -•--. �i 11/17/20 ***********50.00 ,�:�,..,. ��L•�� ISSIONER OF FINANCE ' = TOTHE PO BOX 32B ORDER SARATOGA SPRINGS NY 12866 OF r�Pt SENS/iF 1 AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE �p r ADESW�� ii■00 1 106ii' �:0 2 L 30 2884�: 60 3��� 29 2���Oii■ Short Envi�onment�l Assessment Form Part 1 -Project Info�nzation Instructions for Comnleting � Part 1—Project Information. The applic.�ut or project sponsor is responsiUle for the completion of Po-u�t 1. Responses become part of the application for approval or fitnding,are subject to public review,and inay be subject to further verification. Complete Part 1 based on information currently availlble. If additional research or investigation would be needed to fully respond to any item,please aiiswer as thoroughly as possible based on current information. Complete all items in Part 1.You may also provide any additioi7al information which you believe will be needed by or usefitl to the lead agency;attach additional pages�s necessary to sttppleinent any item. Part 1—Project and Sponsor Information Name of Action or Project: 77 Van Dam Condominium Project Location(describe,and attach a location map): 77 Van Dam Street,Saratoga Springs,New York 12866 Brief Description of Proposed Action: Request for continuing architectural review of safety and replacement items on the exterior of 77 Van Dam Street including(1)Conduit on the exterior of the building to connect to lights,entryway security system,and fire response system;(2)installation of two new carriage house lights at the main entrance to the building for lighting;(3)replacement windows on the rear of the building which replaced previously painted plywood;(4)replacement doors at the entrances which are the same material as those removed;(5)use of comparable stone at the transoms above two of the entrances which replaced glass above the entry doors;(6)installation of motion detection light at the rear utility room door;(7)use of comparable stone at the rear of the building to replace the former painted plywood for abandoned vent;and(8)fire alarm components for building exterior;and(9)replacement of building number on main entrance door which replaces former number. Name of Applic�nt or Sponsor: Telephone: 518-584-9007 77 Van Dam,LLC E-Mail: � libby@bonacio.com Address: 18 Division Street,Suite 401 City/PO: State: Zip Code: Saratoga Springs New York 12866 1. Does the proposed action only involve the legislative adoption of a plan,local la�v,ordinance, NO YES ldminish•ative rule,or regtilation? If Yes,atticl�a uarrltive description of the intent of the proposed action aiid the envirorunental resources that � ❑ may be affected in the municipality and proceed to Part 2. If no,continue to question 2. 2. Does the proposed action require a per�nit,approval or fiinding from auy other goverument Agency? NO YES If Yes,list ngency(s)name and permit or approval:City of Saratoga Springs Design Review Commission � ❑ 3. a.Total acreage of the site of the proposed action? 0.52 acres b.Total acrelge to be physically disturbed? 0.52 acres a Total acreage(project site and 1ny contiguous properties)owned or controlled by the applicant or project sponsor? 0�52 acres 4. Check all land uses that occur on,are adjouiing or near the proposed action: Q✓ Urban ❑ Rural(non-agriculture) ❑ Industrial ❑✓ Coinmercial ❑ Residential(subttrban) ❑Forest ❑ Agrici�lture � Aquatic ❑ Other(Specify): ❑Parkland Page 1 of 3 SEAF 2019 5. Is the proposed action, NO YES N/A a. A permitted use under the zoning regulatious? ❑ � ❑ b. Consistent with the adopted comprehensive plan? ❑ � ❑ NO YES 6. Is the proposed�ction consistent with the predoininant character of the existing built or natural landscape? ❑ � 7. Is the site of tl�e proposed action located in,or does it adjoin,a state listed Critical Environmental.Area? NO YES If Yes,identify: � ❑ NO YES 8. a. Will the proposed action result in a substantial increase in traffic aUove preseut levels? ❑ ❑ U. Are pttUlic transportation seivices available�t ar near the site of the proposed action? ❑ � c. Are any pedestrian accommodations or bicycle routes available on or near the site of the proposed ❑ � action'? 9. Does the proposed action meet or exceed the state euergy code requirements'? NO YES If tl�e proposed action will exceed requirements,descriUe design feahtres and teclmologies: � ❑ 10. Will the proposed action coimect to an eYisting public/private water supply'? I�TO YES If No,describe method for providin�potable water: ❑ ❑� ll. Will the proposed actiou corulect to existinb wastewater utilities? NO YES If No,describe inethod for providing wastewater treatment: � ❑ 12. a.Does the project site contain,or is it substantially contia totts to,a building,�rcl�aeological site,or district NO YES which is listed on the National or St1te Reoister of Historic Places,or that hzs Ueen detennined by the � ❑ Conunissioner of ti�e NYS Office of Parks,Recreation and Historic Preservation to be eligiUle for listing ou the State Register of Historic Places? b.Is the project site,or any portion of it,located in or adjacent to an area designited as sensitive for � � archaeological sites on the NY State Historic Preseivation Oftice(SHPO)�rchaeological site inventory? 13. a. Does 1ny portion of the site of the proposed actiou,or lands adjoining the proposed action;contain NO YES wetlands or other waterUodies regulated by a federal,state or local agency? � ❑ b.Would the proposed actiou physically alter,or encroach into,any existing wetland or waterbody? � ❑ If Yes,identify the wetland or wlterbody and extent of alterations in square feet or acres: Pabe 2 of 3 14. Identify the typical habitat types that occur on,or are likely to be found on the project site.Check all thlt apply: ❑Shoreline ❑ Forest ❑Agricultural/grasslands ❑Early inid-successional ❑Wetland �✓ Urbui ❑ Suburban 15. Does the site of the proposed action contain any species of animal,or associated haUitats,listed by the State or NO YES Federal govermnent as threatened or endaugered? ❑ ❑ 16. Is the project site located in the 100-year flood p11n? NO YES ❑� ❑ 17. Will the proposed actiou create storm water discharge,either fi�om point or nou-point sources7 NO YES If Yes, � � a. Will storm water discharges flow to adjacent properties? � � b. Will storm water discharges be directed to established conveyance systems(nuioff and storm drains)? � � If Yes,briefly describe: 18. Does Yhe proposed actiou include coustruction or other activities tl�at would result in tl�e impoundment of water NO YES or other liquids(e.b.,retention pond,waste l�goon,dam)? If Yes,explain the purpose and size oi'the impoundment ❑ ❑ 1.9. Has the site of the proposed action or an adjoining property been the location of an active or closed solid waste NO YES management facility? If Yes,describe: � ❑ 20.Has the site of the proposed action or an ldjoiuing property been the subject of reinediatian(ongoii�g or NO YES completed) for hazardous waste? If Yes,describe: � � I CERTIFY THAT THE INFORl�ZATION PROVIDED ABOVE IS TRUE AND ACCURATE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE � Applicant/spousor/nan�e. 77 Van Dam,LLC Date: << �� Zo �� / Signahire: Title: vL(�/L�,-- PRINT FORM Page 3 of 3 1. 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KANTEC SYSTEM FOR ENTRIES System Specifications for Fire Alarm System. «SEE ATTACHED FIRE ALARM SYSTEM —PRODUCT DATA » 283 RIVER STREET 7ROY,NEW YORK 12380 PH 5i8 6i8 090o FX 518 fi18 0901 gtarchitects.com 04�Gi`� �.S ����� � Ywnw No�12000i�4�� ������s�'p�� �1�1P'i"'IRE�SI�N� 1nCo �a�v�„�t �,e.�..M.,...-... CONSULTINO � -�I/B 8s LIfB $B�Bty'P'POfBSS/QpBI$- w•.0 331 Uehers Road,Suite#3.Ballaton Lake,New York 12019 G;,,,�'►*.� ■"�������T +±► o� Mutlon Phone:618.399.5110 - Fax:518.399.8702 - www.alarmandeuppresalon.com Project: 77 Van Dam A&5 Project: 19XXX Date: May 3, 2019 Qt : Model No: Descri tion: Manufacturer: General information: 1 A&S-Service A&S-Service/Line Card A&S 1 A&S-License A&S-NYS &VT License A&S 1 A&S-Project A&S- Project Guildlines A&S __.. __- - _ __ . ----_. ._.______._____. _._ __.. ___...___. __,____._.__..._.._ _._ --. � _ Fire Alarm System-Product Data: _. _ _ _ _ ___.___... _ _---._. __ __._ _. . _ . _ _ __.___.__ � ._ ____ --. ---(Clubhouse) _ __.._ _.. _---------. _.._._ _.._._-.. 1 NFW2-100R Intetligent Addressable Fire Alarm System, RED NOTIFIER - __ - --- _ -- ----_____ _ _ __.._ __----__._._ . _._ XRM-24B Power Transformer NOTIFIER _.___..__ _ .. _ ___ ._---__ _--___ _ . __ __. __.__- __ ------ .----._. DP-9692R Dress Panel, Red NOTIFIER ---1 BAT-12180 . ~. _ SLA Battery, 12v/18ah (not shown) .� . T�. ---�NOTIFIER �� ___. _ . __ _ __ ._.___ _ ___ _.-_ _ __._. _ _____ __ ___. __.— 1 NOT-NBGI2LX Manual Station,Addressable NOTIFIER _ _ _ -- --_,.. _ . __. ___. _ .----_..___.. _ __ ,._,.._. .,. _____�_ _1 NP-100 Smoke Detector,Addressable NOTIFIER --. _..__ ... _ _ . --. __...._.. ----- _ . _ .---________. - __. 6210LP(A) Smoke Detector Base NOTIFIER . _ . _ _ --- DM-100 Module, Dual-Monitor, Addressable NOTIFIER - ---- --------------------------..._._..... 1 P2R Horn/Strobe, MC, Wall, RED NOTIFIER 1 P2RK Horn/Strobe, WP, MC, Wall, RED NOTIFIER 1 MHR Horn, Mini, Wall, Red NOTIFIER 1 SR Strobe, MC, Wall, RED NOTIFIER _____ _ __ . _ _.----- _. _._..---- _------...____ ______ -- . . --- _-----__. Fire Alarm System-Calculations: -- --- - �____ _.._.._------ .___ _ _ ___------ - . --._ BATT CALC Notifier Battery Calculations A&S _--_ _ _ _ --�-------- ___----__ _.. __� _ _.__ VOLT DROP Notifier Voltage Drop Calculations A&S ._.._ __ _.. - - - _ ___------�._ __ ------- -_ _ _._ _....___ Fire Alarm System-Drawings: _._ _ _ _._ ____ --- _.....__ _�_---- ---- FA-1 FA Cover Drawing, Details, Notes, Legend A&S _.._ _--- - --- _ .. _.__._ _ .__-------__._--- _.._- _._ FA-2 FA Riser Drawing, Details, Notes A&S _ _..._ ---_ _----._ __._---- - --___ __. ______ _._---- . _---__�___ FA PL FA Plan Drawing, Details, Notes A&S -- ___._ _ _ _._.. _._. --- _.____--- . --- ---- _ __.. ._ __ � __ _----.._.. Fire Alarm System-Operation: - _ __ __...__-------_ _ ---_---__ __ .. __......._______ _- _, NFW2-100 NFW2-100 FACP-Operation NOTIFIER r `��- Ueon�od Dy�n. �V `� L��� � NYS OoP t ot Sfato �� O�y {^� Lleon�o No.;12600034]22 � �� N��i ����������� '��1 SlallofVonnont � 'P Llcon�W 6y th� � � � �� � lle�u�No.:ES-948 � CONSULTING - Fire & Life Safety Professiona/s - r�,\ Wa wpporf and 331 Ushers Road,Suite#3, Baliston Lake,New York 12019 {t!h,J Enwc-rt^e.`� , Phone:518.399.5110 - Fax:518.399.8702 — www.alarmandsuppression.com �� When it comes to protecting people and property, Alarm & Suppression has been SALES - SERVICE— tNSPECTIONS proudly serving the local community for over 24x7 Emergency Service twenty years. As a locally owned and Phone: 518.399.5110 operated business we have the knowledge and flexibility to provide system support from design to service to inspection. Our trained staff provides 24x7 technical support and service. Alarm & Suppression has the pleasure SYSTEM SALES: of representing some of the top brands Fire Alarm& Detection Systems in the industry; NOTIFIER by Honeywell, Fire Suppression Systems FIKE Systems, BOSCH Security, Speciaf Hazards Fire Systems KANTECH Access Control, plus many Security-Intrusi4n/CCN Systems others. We can work with you to Sound and Communications provide sales and design services, Healthcare Communications submittal packages, project Project Design and Consulting Praject Management management, and commissioning testing for multiple system products. The Alarm & Suppression service team can provide all your system service & inspection SYSTEM SERVICE & INSPECTIONS: needs. Our Factory trained service team 24x7 Emergency Service has over 100 years of combined experience System Installation/Programming in the delivery, service, and support of fire Product Training and security systems. Let us work with you Testing and Inspection Preventive Maintenance Services to tailor a service & inspection package that Inspection Reports 1l'leet5 y0ur n2ed5. Central Station Monitoring We Want To Be Your Local Service & Inspection Provider. ALARM & SUPPRESSION, INC. FIRE & LIFE SAFETY — SALES AND SERVICE Phone:5].8.399.5110 / www.alarmandsuppr.ession.cam G2 � �L��M � Nr9 oose ot Stuio � a�,y ,y ���o�s.No.:,z800a�4,Z� ���� s�'A�� ������$�'Q�� 'M f'� Lleenaed by tho 7 A A\o'• LleoneooNo VE5.949 ooNS��T�No �' - Fi�e & Life Safety Professiona/s - We support and 331 Ushers Road,Suite#3,Ballston Lake,New York 12019 �� Enwurago NiCET cortincutlon I Phone:518.399.5110 - Fax:518,399.8702 — www.alarmandsuppression.com � ,, ; —T`�_ �i---=�z ."�::'z�c __:.__-__�x�__.:_.�sxz.=_..:_�.�c_,__�cs._>._.�z-- �s.�_�=rc.__.-�.[._ ��. �, ' (,! 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FIRE & LIfE SAFETY- SAL'ES AND SERUICE Phone:518:399,5110 / www.alarmandsuppression.com DN-60417:C FireWarden-100-2(E) Rev 2 �°°1 N OT 1 F 1 E R° Intelligent Addressable FACP � with Bui�t-�n communciator I��/ HOCIe�/W@II �, .-�--�-r--.�-.�,-��� -�� � , :� � „, General The Notifier FireWarden-100-2 Rev 2(NFW2-100 Rev 2)with Version 4.0 firmware is a combinatlon FACP (Fire Alarm ' Control Panel)and DACT(Digital Alarm CommunicatodTrans- i mitter) all on one circuit board. This compact intelligent i addressable control panel has an eutensive list of powerful I features. The SLC(Signaling Line Circuit)of the FireWarden-100-2 Rev 'p1V�•pQ 2 operates using a Rapid Group Polling communication proto- � " y col technology that polls multiple devices simultaneously for a � �� , quicker device response time.This patented technology allows t °Wµ'�""' '"", 'a'S.t�tF; -r*' a fully-loaded panel with up to 198 devices to report an inci- ,��7,+�l�,, ,� t� dent and acllvate the notification circuAs in under 10 seconds. ^,+'�:�=,' ,,',.�' With this improved polling,devices can be wired on standard twisted,unshielded wire up to a distance of 10,000 teet. .�«a.,,.,.,. The FireWarden-100-2 Rev 2's quick-remove chassis protects ihe electronics during construction. The badcbox cen be installed allowing field wiring to be pulled,When construction is completed,the electron'res can be quickly installed wilh jusl two bo►ts. Available accessories include ANN-BUS devices as well as ACS LED, graphic and LCD annunciators, and reverse polar• $ ity/city box transmitter. � The integral DACT transmits system status(alarms,superviso- " ries,troubles,AC loss,etc.)to a Cenirel Station via the public Features switched telephone network. It also allows remote and local programming of the control panel using the PS-Tools Upload/ • Listed to UL standard 864,9th edition. Download utility. In addition, the control panel may be pro- • On-board DACT. grammed or interrogated off-site via the public switched tele- . Remote site or local USB port upload/download,using PS- phone network.Any personal computer with Windows�XP or Tools. greater, a compatible modem, and PS-Tools, the Upload/ Download soflware kit,may serve as a Service Terminal.This ' Four Style Y (Class B) or rivo Class A (Style 2) NAC ar- allows download of 1he entire program or upload of the entire cuits. (Up to 6.0 amps total NAC power when using program, history lile,walktest data, current stalus and system optional XRM-24B.j vollagos. The panel can also be programmed through the • Selectable strobe synchronization for System Sensor, FACP's keypad or via a standard PS-2 computer keyboard, Wheelock,and Gentex devices. which can be plugged directly into the printed circuit board. • Remote Acknowledge,Silence,Reset and Drill via address- This permits easy typing of address Isbels and other program- able monitor modules or FDU-80, N-ANN-80 or ACS ming information. Annunciators. Version 4.0 firmware supports 1he following:ANN-bus devices, • ANN-BUS for connection to following optfonal modules(cannot NP-A100,USB port,NAC circuit diagnastics,a new report has be used if ACS annunciators are used): been added to the walk-test that lists untested devices, new —N-ANN-80(-W)Remote LCD Annunciator device types added: audio telephone iype code (or NFV-25/ _N-ANN-I/O LED Driver 50ZST, Phoio Supervisory and auto-resettable Drill (nan- latching). —N-ANN-S/PG Printer Module The FireWatch Series internet monitoring modules IPDACT-2 —N-ANN-RLY Relay Module and IPDACT-2UD permit monitoring of alarm signals over the —N-ANN-LED Mnunciator Module Internet saving the monthly cost of two dedicated business —N-ANN-RLED Annunciator Module alarms only telephone lines. Although not required, the secondary tele- . ACS&Terminal-mode Annunciators; phone line may be retained providing backup communication over the public switched telephone line. —ACS Annunciators; Up to 32 ACM Series annunciators (ACM-16AT or ACM-32 series). Cannot be used if ANN- NOTE:Un/ess othenvise specilied,the term"FlreWartien-100-2"is BUS devices afe used. used in Ihis document lo reler to bolh the FireWarden-100.2 and _Terminal-mode Annunciators:U to 32 FDU-80 annuncia- the FlreWerden-100-ZE FACPs(Fire Alarm Conlrol Panels). Like- P wise,"NFW2-100"relers to NFW2-100Eas well. tors. • EIA-232 printer/PC intertace (variable baud rate) on main circuit board,for usa with optional UL-listed printer PFiN-6. • Integral 80-character LCD display with back�ighting. Dt�-&0417:C•12/17/2009—Pege t ol 6 COMPAT/BLE ANNUNCIATORS NZM-100:Similar to NMM-100,but may monitor up to 20 con- N-ANN-80(-W): LCD Annunciator is a remote LCD annuncia- ventional iwo-wire detectors. Requires resettable 24 VDC tor that mimics the iniormation displayed on the FACP LCD Power.Consuit factory for compatible smoke detectors. display.Recommended wire type is un-shielded,(Basic model NC-100:Addressable Gontrol Module for one Style Y/Z(Class is black;order-W version for white;see DN-7114.) B/A) zone of supervised polarized Noiification Appliances. N-ANN-LED: Annunciator Module provides three LEDs for Mounts directly to a 4.0"(10.16 cm.)electrical box.Notification , each zone;Alarm,Trouble and Supervisory.Ships with red or Appliance Circuit option requires external 24 VDC to power � black enclosure(see DN-60242), notibcation appliances. i N-ANN-RLED: Provides aiarm (red) indicators tor up to 30 NC-100R:Addressable relay module containing two isolaled input zones or addressable points.(See DN-60242). sets of Form-C contacts, which operate as a DPDT switch. N-ANN-RLY: Relay Module,which can be mounted inside 1he Mounts directly to a 4.0"(10.16 cm.)box,surface mount using � cabinet,provides 10 programmable Form-C relays. (See DN- the SMB500. 7f07.) NOT BG12LX:Addressable manual pull station with intertace j module mounted inside. N-ANN-S/PG: SeriaUParallel Printer Gateway module pro- , vides a connection for a senal or parallel printer. (See DN- N700-ISO: Fault Isolator Module. This module isolates the ! 7103.) SLC loop from short circuit condi6ons(required tor Style 6 or 7 operation). N-ANN-VO: LED Dr'wer Module provides connections to a user supplied graphic annunciator.(See D/V-7f05.J SMB500:Used to mount all modules except the NMM-100P. ACM-6R:Relay module provides 8 Form-C 5.0 amp relays. NMM-100�10: Ten-input monitor module. Mount one or two modules in a BB-XP cabinet(op6onal). Mount up to six mod- ACM Annunciator Series: LED-type fire annunciators capa- ules on a CHS-6 chassis in a BB-25. ble of providing up to 99 software zones of annunciation.Avail- able in increments of 16 or 32 points to meet a variety of NZM-100-6:Six-zone interface module for compatible conven- applications. tional two-wire detectors.Mount one or two modules i�a BB- XP cabinet(optional). Mount up to six modules on a CHS-6 LDM Graphic Series:Lamp Driver Module series for use with chassis in a BB-25. custom graphic annunciators. NOTE:Fo�more information on Compallble Addressab/e Devlces FDU-80 (Liquid Crystal Display) polnt annunciator: for use w1lh the FI�Warden-100-2 Rev 2, see fhe lollowing dafa 80-character, backlit LCD-type fire annunciators capable of sheets(document numbersJ:Nt00-ISO(DN-6994),NP-100 series displaying English-language text. (ON-6995),NI-100(DN-6996),NH-100 series(DN-6997),ND-100 NOTE:For more informafion on Compafib/e Annunciators lor use series (DN-7006J, NP-A100 (ON-6998), NMM-f00/NMM-100P/ wilh the FireWarden-100-2 Rev 2,see the lolfowing data sheels NDM-100/NZM-100 (DN-6999), NC-100/NC-f00R (DN-7000), (document numbers)ACM-8R(ON-3558),ACS/ACM Serles(DN- NOT•BG 12LX(DN-7o01),NMM-100-10(DIV-6990),and NZM-100- 0524J,LDM Se�ies(DN-055i),FDU-BO(DN-6820). 6(DN•60150). cOMPATIBLEADDRESSABLEDEVICEs Wiring Requirements A!l feafure a polling LED and rotary switches for addressing. While shielded wire is not required,it is recommended that all NI-100:Addressable low-profile ionization smoke detector. SLC wiring be twisted-pair to minimize the effects of electrical NP-100:Addressable low-profile photoelectric smoke detector, interterence. Wire size should be no smaller than 18 AWG (0.78 mmz)and no larger than 12 AWG (3.1 mmz). The wire NP-100T:Addressable low-profile photoelectric smoke detec- size depends on the lengih of the SLC circuit. Refer to the tor with thermal sensor. panel manual for wiring details. NH-100:Fast-response,low-profile heat detector. NH-100R: Fast-response, low-profile heat detector with rate- of-rise option. NH-100H: Fixed high-temperature detector that activates at 190F/68C. NP-A100(A):Addressable low-profile multi-sensor detector. ND-100:Photoelectric low-flow duct smoke detector. DNR(A): Innovair Flex low-flow non-relay duct-detector hous- ing.(Order NP-100 separately.) DNRW: Innovair Flex low-flow non-relay duct-detector hous- ing, with NEMA-4 rating. Watertight. (Order NP-100 sepa- rately.) NMM-100:Addressable Monitor Module for one zone of nor- mally-open dry-contact initiating devices. Mounts in standard 4.0" (10,16 cm.)box. Includes plastic cover plate and end-of- line resistor. Module may be configured for either a Style B (Class B)or Style D(Class A)IDC. NDM-1U0: Dual Monitor Module.Same as NMM-100 except it provides iwo Style B(Class B)only IDCs. NMM-i00P: Miniature version of NMM-100. Excludes LED and Style D option.Connects with wire pigiails.May mount in device backbox. . w s�� DNf0417:C•12/17/2009—Paga 3 0l s SYSTEM SPECIFICaTIONS � - --- � System Capacity 16.65"(42.29 cm.) wide x 5.20" (13.34 cm.)deep.Trim Ring � • Intelligent Signalling Line Circuits.......................................i �TR-CE-B):22.00"(55.68 cm.)high x 19.65"(49.91 cm.)wide. • Addressable device capaciry..........................................196 Shipping Specifications • Programmable soflware zones.........................................99 Weight:26.9 Ibs.(12.20 kg.)Dimensions:20.00"(50.80 cm.) • ACS Annunaators............................................................32 high x 22.5"(57.15 cm.)wide x 8.5"(21.59 cm.)deep. • ANN-bus devices................................................................8 Temperature and Humidity Ranges Electrical Specifications This system meets NFPA requirements for operation at 0- AC Power: FireWarden-100-2 Rev 2: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 3.0 49°C/32-120°F and at a relative humidity 93%t 2%RH emps.FireWarden-100-2 Rev 2(E):240 VAC,50 Hz,1.5 amps. (noncondensing)at 32°C t 2°C(90°F t 3°F). However,the Wire size:minimum 14 AWG(2.00 mm2)with 600 V insulation. useful life of the system's standby batteries and lhe electronic Battery:Two 12 V 18AH lead-acid batteries. components may be adversely affected by extreme tempere- Battery charger capacity:7-18 AH.FireWarden-100-2 Rev ture ranges and humidity. Therefore,it is recommended that 2 cabinet holds maximum of two 1B AH batteries. this system and its peripherals be installed in an ernironment with a normal room temperature of 15-27°C/60-80°F. Communication Loop:Supervised and power-limited. Notiticaiion Appliance Circuits: Each terminal block pro- NFPA StalldaldS vides connections for two Style Y (Class B} or one Style Z (Class A) for a total of four Style Y (Class B) or rivo Style Z The FireWarden-100-2 Rev 2 complies with the following (Class A) NACs. Maximum signaling current per circuit: 2,5 NFPA 72 Fire Alarm Systems requirements: amps. End•of-Line Resistor: 4.7K ohm, 1/2 watt (P/N 71252 -LOCAL (Automatic, Manual, Waterflow and Sprinkler UL listed)for Style Y(Class B)NAC. Refer to panel documen- Supervisory). tation and Nofifier Device Compa66ility Document for listed _qUXILIARY(Automatic,Manual and Watertiow)(requlres compatible devices. 4XTM). Two Progremmable Relays and One Fixed Trouble Relay: -REMOTE STATION (Automatic, Manual, Waterfiow and Contact rating:2.0 amps�30 VDC(resistive),0.5 amps�30 Sprinkler Supervisory) (Where a DACT is not accepted, VAC(resistive).Form-C relays. the alarm, trouble and supervisory relays may be con- 5pecial Applicatlon Power (24 VDC Nominal): Jumper nected to UL 864 listed transmitters. For reverse polarity selectable(JP4)tor conversion to resettable power output.Up signaling of alarm and trouble,4XTM is required.) to 0.3 amps total DC current available lrom each output. -PROPRIETARY (Automatic, Manual, Waterilow and Power-Ilmited. Sprinkler Supervisory). Four-Wire Resetteble Special Application Smoke Detector -CENTRAL STATION (Automafic, Manual,Waterflow and Power(24 VDC nominal): Up to 0.3 amps for powering four- Sprinkler Supervisory). wire smoke detectors. Power-limited. Refer to the Notilrer -OT, PSDN (Ofher Technologies, Packet-switched Data Device Compatibiliry Document for listed compatible devices. Network) Remote Sync Output: Remote power supply synchronization output.Nominal special application power:24 VDC.Mabmum Agency Llstings and Approvals current:40 mA. End-of-Line Resistor:4.7K ohm.Output linked The listings and approvals below apply to the basic FireWar- to NAC 1 control.Supervised and power-limited. den-100-2 Rev 2 control penel. In some cases,certain mod- Telephone Interlace:Unless used with Teldat VISORALARM, ules may not be listed by certain approval agencies,or listing requires dedicated business telephone number with a mini- may be in process.Consult factory for latest lisfing status. mum of 5 volts DC(off-hook voltage).Obtain dedicated phone . �L:S635 line directly from your local phone company.Do not use shared phone lines or PBX(digital)type phone line extensions. • FM approved • CSFM:7165-0028:235 Cabinet Specifications • MEA:12o-os-E,Volume 2 Door: 19.26" (48.92 cm.) high x 16.82" (42.73 cm.) wide x 0.12" (.30 cm.) deep. Backbox: 19.00" (48.26 cm.) high x FlreWarden� and Nolille� are reglslered trademarks o/ Honeywell Inlemetlonel Inc.Mlcrosolt�and Wlndows�are reglstered trademarks of the Microsofl Corporalion. �2009 by Honeywell Intematlonal Inc.All righls reserved,Unauthorized use of thls document Is stdctly prohlbited. ISO 9001 This document is not iniended to be used for installation purposes. We try to keep our product intormation up-to-date end accurate. We cannot cover all specific applications or anticipate all requirements. 61qhEBINC6MAN�AC11flIM6 AI�speclflrations are subject to chenge wilhout notice. QUALITI SISTEAIS MedelntheU.S.A. For more information,contacl Notifier.Phone:(203)484-7161,FAX:(203)464-7118. www.notifier.com Page 6 of 6—DN-60417:C•12/17/2009 DN-7001:D•Ai-3B0 NaT-BG12LX �� NOTI IFI E R° Addressable Manual Pull Station by Honeywell . General The Notitier NOT8G12LX is a state-oi-the-art, dual-ection � (i.e.,requires two motions to activate the station) pull station that includes an addressable interface for FreWarden series intelligent control panels,and the tJSP-25 panel. Because the NOT BG12LX is addressabie,the control panel can display the exact location of the activated manual station.This leads fire personnel quickly to the location of the alarm. Features �• • Maintenence personnel can open station for inspection and address setting without causing an alarm condition. � Built-in bicolor LED, which is visible through the handle of the station,flashes in normal operation and latches steady -�' red when in alarm. � „�„„�-=�-r'° • Handie latches in down position and the word"ACTIVATED" r appears to clearly indicate the station has been operated. ' `,s • Captive screw terminals wire-ready for easy connection to "+�.��`-��'4 x``t}� `� '� � k SLC loop(accepts up to 12 AWG/325 mmz wire). �i ^ ; � .- � .._ ___. _ __.- . ....' .. • an e suriace mounted (with SB-10 or SB-I/O) or semi- ,,. ,�..�_ flush mounted. Semi-flush mount to a standerd single- � •'�'`' gang,double-gang,or 4`(10.16 cm)square electrical box. • Smooth dual-action design. ��5��vC`i�-��a1�L� • Meets ADAAG controls and operating mechanisms guide- Addressable Manual Pull Station lines (Section 4.1.3j13j); meets ADA requirement for 5 Ib. maximum activetion force. • Highly visible. The BG12TR is usually needed for semi-flush mounting with 4` • Attractive shape and textured finish. (10.16 cm)or double-gang boxes(not with single-gang boxes). • Key reset. �pe�ation • Includes Braille text on station handle. • Opfional trim ring(BG12TR). Pushing in,then pulling down on the handle causes it to latch in the down/activated position.Once latched,the word"ACTI- • Meets UL 38, Standard for Manually Actuated Signaling VATED" (in bright yellow) eppears at the top of the handle, Boxes. while a portion of the handle protrudes from the bottom of the slation.To reset the steGon,simply unlodc the station wilh the Construction key and pull the door open.This action resels the handle;clos- Shell, door, and handle are molded of durable polycarbonate ing the door automatically resets the switch. material with a textured finish. Each manual station, on command from the control panel, sends data to the panel representing the state of fhe manual Specifications switch.Two rotary decimal switches allow address settings (1 —99 on NFW2-100/NFW2-100C, 1 —50 far NFW-50/NFW- • Shipping Welght:9.6 oz.(272.15 g) 50C). • Normal operaiing voltage:24 VDC. • Maxfmum SLC loop voltage:28.0 VDC. AI'Chft@CtUI'al/E�19117e@�I119 • Maximum SLC standby cu�rent:375 uA. Specifications • Maximum SLC alarm current:5 mA. Manual Fire Alarm Stations shall be non-coded, with a key- • Temperature Range:32°F to 120°F(0°C to 49°C) operated reset lock in order that they may be tested, and so • Relative Humldity: 10%to 93%a(noncondensing) designed that after actual Emergency OperaGon,they cannot be restored to normal except by use of a key.An operated sta- • For use indoors ln a dry locatlon tion shal( automatically condition itseff so as to be visually detected as activated. Manual stations shall be constructed of Installation red-colorad polycarhonate material with clearly vislble operat- The NOT-BG12LX will mount semi-flush into a single-gang, ing instructions provided on the cover. The word FIRE shall double-gang,or standard 4"(10.16 cm)square elecirical outlet eP�Hr on the front ot the stations in while letters,1.00 inches box, or wlll surface mount to the model SB-10 or SB-I/O sur- �2•'4 cm) or larger. Stations shall be suiteble for surface face backbox. If the NOT-BG12LX is being seml-flush mounting on matchfng backbox SB-10 or SB-VO;or sami-flush mounted, then the optional trim ring(BG12TR) msy be used. mounting on a standard single-gang, double-gang, or 4"(10.16 cm) square electricaf box, and shall be installed M DN-7001:D•4/13/2012—Page 1 ot 2 DN-6995:C•Ai-320 NP-104�A) Series N pTl F 1 E R° ; Addressable Photoelectric Detectors �� '; for the FireWarden Series by Honeywell � k c„k�.A;:�, General The NP-100(A), NP-100T(A) and NP-100R(A) addressable, .�?.,_; � low-profile plug-in photoelectric detectors use a state-of-the- r�� ' art photoelectric sensing chamber with communications to ' � ` � Fn � �: . °.:� �.- provide open area protec5on and are used exclusively with NOTIFIER's FlreWarden Series(FireWerden-100-2 and Fire- ` Warden-50) and Spartan (NSP-25) Addressable Fire Alarm ��l , �c ;� ;,�.;._ Control Panels(FACPs).The NP-100T(A)adds thermal sen- a�«' sors that will alarm at a fixed temperature oi 135°F (57°C). �'� � '��� 5ince these detectors are addressable, they will help emer- gency personnel quickly locate a tire during its early stages, �i potentially saving precious rescue time while also reducing property demage.Two LEDs on each sensor li ght to provide a �'�-�' .� local,visible sensor indication.Remote LED annunciator capa- ��` � bility is available as an optional eccessory, PN RA100Z(A). - � The NP-100R(A)is a remote test capable detector for use with NP-100(A)in B210LP(A)Base m DNR(A)/DNRW duct smoke detector housings. Features Appllcations SLC loop Use hotoelectric detectors in lif�safe P ty applications to pro- • Two-wire loop connection. vide a broad range of fire-sensing capability,especially where • Unit uses base for wiring. smoldering tires are anticlpated.lonization detectors are otten Addressing better than photoelaciric detectors at sensing fast, flaming fires. • Addressable by device. • Rotery,decimal addressing:01-99 with FireWarden-100-2 Construction end NSP-25,and 01-50 with FireWarden-50. These detectors are constructed of off-white fire resistant plas- Architecture tic. NP-100(A)series plug-in, low-profile smoke detectors are • Unique single�source, dual-chamber design to respond designed io commercial standards and offer an attracGve quickly and dependably to a broad range of fires. appearance. • Sleek,low-profile design. • Integral communications and built-in type identification. �nStAllati0�f • Built-in tamper-resistant feature. NP-100(A)series plug-in detectors use a detachable mounting • Removable cover and insect-resistant screen for simple base to simplify installation,service and maintenance. field cleaning. Mount base(all base rypes)on an electrical backbox which is Operatlon at least 1.5"(3.81 cm)deep.For a chart oi compatible Junction boxes,see DN-S0054. • Withstands air velocfties up to 4,000 feet-per-minute(20 m/ sec.)without triggering a false alarm. NOTE:Because of fhe inherent supervision provided by fhe SLC • Factory preset at 1.5%nominal sensitivity for panel alarm �oop, end-o%line reslstors are not required. Wlring "T-raps" or branches are permiKed for Sty/e 4(Class B) wiring. NP-100R(AJ threshold level. mounts in a DNR(A)/DNRW duct deteclor housinq. • Visible lED"blinks"whan the unit is addressed(communi- cating with the fire panel)and latches on in alarm. �peratlon Mechanicals Each NP-100(A) series detector uses one of 99 possible • Sealed against back pressure. addresses on ihe FireWarden-100-2 and NSP-25,or one ot 50 • Direct surface mounting or electrical box mounting. possible addresses on the FireWarden-50 Signaling Line Cir- • Mounts to: single-gang box, 3.5" (8.89 cm) or 4.0" (10.16 cuit (SLC). It responds to regular polls from the system and cm)octagonal box,or 4.0"(10.16 cm)square electrical box reports its type and status. (using a plaster ring—included). The addressable photoelectric sensor in the NP-100(A)series Other system features has a unique unipolar chamberthai responds quickly and uni- formly to a broad range of smoke condiGons. It can withstend • Fully coated circuit boards end superior RF/translent pro- �,y�nd gusts up to 4,000 feet-per-minute (20 m/sec.) wilhout tection. sending an alarm level signal. Because of its unipolar cham- • 94-VO plastic flammability reting. ber, the NP-100(A) series is approximately two times more • Low standby current. responsive than most photoelectric sensors. This makes it a Optlons more stable detector. • Remote LED output connection,PN RA100Z(A). ��. . DN-6995:C�12/07/2011—Page 1 0(2 Monitor Modules DN-699B:C NMM-100(A), NMM-1 OOP(A), �� N QT 1 F 1 E R� NZM-100(A), and NDM-100(A] for FireWarden Series Panels by Honeywell - - � - General Four ditterent monitor modules are available for Notifier's Fire- ;� Warden Series intelligent control panels for a variety of appli- '#� , �"'"��'�°r'�wi°� •_:�' i cations. Monitor modules supervise a circuit of dry-contect �M� � � ��� " i input devices, such as conventional heat detectors and pull � ,�,� �� � �< �1 �.� I stations, or monitor and power a circuit of two-wire smoke ' '"'� �4 >-�.��"" detectors(NZM-100(A)). ���' °�«—.,�� '""�=� -- +r' ' NMM-100(A)is a standard-sized module(typically mounts to a rtn�„�,,., , 4" [10.16 cm) square box) that supervises either a Style D ������� (Class A) or Style B (Class B) circuit oi dry-contact input �""'";,;,, ,�„""'" devices. ���.«.�., ............._., NMM-100P(A) is a miniature monitor module a mere 1,3" ?.6`;S 4 (3.302 cm) H x 2.75" (6.985 cm) W x 0.5" (1.270 cm) D that ' � ' supervises a Style B (Class B) circuit of dry-contad input - �� •��t��) '.`Ir�� .-� devices. Its compact design allows the NMM-100P(A) to be ��� � �'°°'""'� ti mounted in a single-gang 6ox behind the device it monitors. �� ' •i °� �" �� .� NZM-100(A) is a standard-sized module that monitors and l `t• �`' �='l � " Y I � supervises compatible two-wire,24 volt,smoke detectors on a � J Style D(Class A) or Style B(Class B)circuit. ��-� NDM-100(A) is a standard-sized dual monitor module that NMM-100(A)(Type H) monitors and supervises two independent two-wire Style B (Class B) dry-contact initiating device circuits (IDCs) at two separate,consecutive addresses in intelligent,two-wire systems. NMM-100(A) OPERATION Each NMM-100(A) uses one of the available module NMM-i 00(A) Monitor Module eddresses on an SLC loop, It responds to regular polls from • Built-in type ideniificaiion automatically identifies this device the corrtrol panel and reports its type and the status(open/nor- as a monitor module to the control panel. maUshort)of its Initiating Device Circuit(IDC).A flashing LED indicates that the module is in communication with the control • Powered directly by two-wire SLC loop.No additional power panel. The LED latches steady on alarm (subject to current required. limitetions on the loop). • High noise(EMF/RFI)immunity. • SEMS screws with clemping plates for ease of wiring. NMM-700(A) SPEClFICATlONS • Direcl Decade entry ot address: 01 —99 on FireWerden- Nominal aperating voltage: 15 to 32 VDC. 100-2,01—50 on FireWarden-50. Maxlmum current draw:5.0 mA(LED on). • LED flashes during normal operation and latches on steady Average operating current: 350 NA (LED flashing), 1 com- to indicate alarm. munication every 5 seconds,47k EOL. The NMM-100(A)Monitor Module is intended tor use in intelli- � Maximum IDC wiring reslstance:40 ohms. gent,two-wire systems,where the individual address of each module is selected using the built-in rotary switches. It pro- EOL resistance:47K ohms. vides either a iwo-wire or four-wire fault-tolerant Initiating Temperature range:32°F to 120°F(0°C to 49°C). Device Circuit(IDC)for normally-open-contact fire alarm and Humldlty range:10%to 93°/a noncondensing. supervisory devices. The module has a panel-controlled LED indicator. Dimenslons: 4.5' (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x 125" (3.175 cm) deep. Mounts to a 4" (10.16 cm) square x NMM-100(A)APPLICATIONS 2.125"(5.398 cm)deep box. Use to monitor a zone of four-wire smoke detectors, manual fire alarm pull stations, waterflow devices, or other normally- open dry-contact alarm activation devices. May also be used to monitor normally-open supervisory devices with special supervisory indication at the control panel. Monitored circuit may be wired as an NFPA Style B(Class B)or Style D(Class A) Initiating Device Circuit. A 47K ohm End-of-Line Resistor (provided) terminates the Style B circuit. No resistor is required for supervision of the Style D clrcuit. DN-6999:C•10/O6/2010—Page 1 of 4 NDM-100(A) Dual Manitor Module � MEA: 72-01-E Vol. 2 (NMM-100, NMM-100P, NZM-100); The NDM-100(A) Dual Monitor Module is intended for use in 22�"03-E Vol.3(NDM-100) intelligent,two-wire systems, it provides two independent iwo- wire initiating device circuits(IDCs)attwo separate,consecutive Product Line Information addresses.It is capable of monitoring normally open contact fire NOTE:A"suffix indicates IJLC-!lsted model. alerm end superoisory devices.Tha module has a single panel- controlled LED. NMM-100(A):Monitor module_ NOTE: The NDM-i00(A)provides rivo Style B(C/ass B)IDC cir- NMM-100P(A):Monitor module,miniature. cuits ONLY. Sryle D(Class A)!DC circuits are NOT supported in N2M-100(A):Monitor module,two-wire detectors. any application. NDM-100(A): Monitor module,dual,two independeni Class B NDM-f00(A)SPECIF/CATIONS circuits. . Normal operating voltage range:15 to 32 VDC. SMB500:Optional suAace-mount backbox. Maximum current draw:6.4 mA(LED on). NOTE:See instaUation instruclions and refer to the SLC �nng Average operating current:750�A(LED flashing). Manual,PN 52304. i Maxlmum IDC wiring resistance: 1,500 ohms. , Maxfmum IDC Voltage:11 Votts. Maximum IDC Current:240 NA j EOL resistance:47K ohms. � Maximum SLC Wiring resistance:40 Ohms. Temperature range:32°to 120°F(0°io 49°C). Humidlty range:10%to 93%(non-condensing). Dimensions: 4.5" (11.43 cm) high x 4" (10.16 cm) wide x 2.125"(5.398 cm)deep_ NDM-100(A) AUTOMATIC ADDAESSING The NDM-100(A)automatically assigns itself to two address- able points,starting with the original address. For example, if the NDM-100(A) is sei to address "26",then it will automati- cally assign itself to addresses"26"and"27". NOTE:"Ones'addresses on the NDM-i00(A)are 0,2,4,6, or 8 only. Termina/s 6 and 7 use fhe/lrst address,and ferminals 8 and 9 use!he second addiess. QCAUTION: Avoid duplicating addresses on the system. Instailation NMM-100(A), NZM-100(A), and NDM-100(A) modules mount directly to a standard 4'(10.16 cm)square,2.125°(5.398 cm) deep, electrical box. They may also be mounted to the SMB500 suriace-mount box. Mounting hardware and installa- tion instructions are provided with each module. All wiring must conform to appiicable local codes,ordinances,and regu- lations. These modules are intended for power-limited wiring only. The NMM-100P(A) module is intended to be wired end mounted without rigid connections inside a standard eledrical box. All wiring must conform to applicable local codes, ordl- nances,and regulations, Agency Listings and Approvals In some cases, certain modules may noi be listed by certain approvel agencies, or listing may be in process. Consult fac- tory for latest listing status. • UL:S635 • ULC:5635 • FM Approved • CSFM: 7300•0028:0230 (NMM-100, NMM-100P, NZM- 100);7300-0028:0237(NDM-100) DN-6999:C•10/OBl2010—Page 3 0141 DN-7087:C1 SpectrAlert� Advance N('�TI FI E R� Selectable Output �� Notification Appliances by Honeywell � - General � System Sensot� SpectrAlertcA Advance selectable-output . horns,strobes and horNstrobes are rich with features guaran- '�r'��.. � � teed to cut installaiion times and maximize profits.The Spea �'��`%�'};+ � trAlert Advance series of notification appliances is dasigned to `���� ^�a� � sim li .:"• � � p fy your installations, wilh features such as: plug-in designs,instant Teedback messages to ensure correct installa- Indoor Ceiling�� Outdoor Ceiling tion of individual devices,and eleven field-selectable candela Horn/Strobe Strobe settings for wall and ceiling strobes and horNstrobes. More specifically, when installi�g Advance products, first � attach a universal mounting plate to a four-inch square, four- � �; {r � Fi /,a7t ' ,�,.r.. g inch octagon, or double-gang junction box. The two-wire � •�l, �; $ mounting plate attaches to a single-gang junction box. ; �;' � i�� �, k ' ;� >.' '�* Then, connect the noGfication appliance circuit wiring to the " $ r`= � SEMS terminals on the mounting plate. Indoor Wall Indoor Ceiling Finally,attach the horn,strobe,or horNstrobe to the maunting HomlStrobe Shobe plate by inserting the producPs tabs in the mounting plate's ,,;-. -• �..� grooves.The device will rotate into position,locking the prod- , ucPs pins into the mounbng plate's terminals.The device will � temporarily hold in place with a catch until it is secured with a ` = }�� •'�� � captured mounting screw. 'vi �„ � �a�+ . i��� � t SpectrAlert Advance producfs atlow you to choose• "° 'i� � • 12 or 24 vofts. Indoor Wall Outdoor Wall • 15, 15/75,30,75,95, 110,115,135, 150, 177,or 185 can- Horn Strobe dela by way of a rear-mounted slide switch and front view- • Outdoor products rated from-40°F and 151°F(�0°C and ing window. 66°C). • Horn tones and volume by way of a roiary switch. • Outdoor products rainproot per UL50 (NEMA 3R) and • The SpectrAlert Advance series indudes outdoor notifica- Weatherproof per NEMA 4X,IP56 tion eppliences. Outdoor strobes and horNstrobes (two- • Minimal intrusion into the badcbox. wire and four-wire)are available for wall or ceiling.Outdoor • Horn rated at 88+dbA at 16 volts. horns are available for wall only.All System Sensor outdoor . Rotary switch for tone selection. products are rated between-40°F and 151°F (-40°C and 66°C)in wet or dry applications. • Three horn volume settings. Models avallable: • Electrically compatible with existing SpectrAlert products. • Indoor wall-mount: horn, strobe,2-wire horn/strobe,4-wire Englneering Specifica#ions horn/strobe. • Indoor ceiling-mount: strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4-wire SpectrAlert Advance horns, strobes, and horn/strobes shall horn/strobe, mount to a standard 4.0"x 4_0"x 1.5" (10.16 x 10.16 x 3.81 • Outdoor wall-mount: horn, strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4- cm)backbox,4.0"(10.16 cm)octagonal backbox,or a double- wire horNstrobe. gang backbox.Twawire products shall also mount to a single- gang 2.0'x 4.0"x 1.875"(5.08 x 10_16 x 4.763 cm)6ackbox.A • Outdoor ceiling-mount: strobe, 2-wire horn/strobe, 4-wire universal mounting plate shall be used for mounting ceiUng horn/strobe. and wall products. The notification appliance circuit wiring shall terminate at the universal mounting plate. Also, Spec- Features trAlert Advance products,when used with the SynaCircuitT" Plug-in design. Module eccessory, shall be powered 1rom a non-coded notili- � ca6on appliance circuit output and shall operate on a nominal • Same mounting plate tor wall-and ceiling-mount units. 12 or 24 volts.When used with the Sync�Circuit Module, 12- • Shorting spring on mounting plate for continuity check volt rated notification appliance circuit outputs shall operate before installation. between 9 and 17.5 volts; 24volt rated notitication appliance • Captive mounting screw. circuit outputs shall operate between 17 and 33 volts. Indoor SpectrAlert Advance products shall operate between 32°F and • Tamper-resistance capability. 120°F(0°C and 49°C)from a regulated DC,or full-wave-recti- • Field-selectable candela settings on wall and ceiling units: fied, unfiltered power supply. Strobes and horNstrobes shall 15,15l75,30,75,95,110,115,135,150,177,185. have lield-selectable candela settings including 15, 15/75,30, • AutomaUc selection of 12 or 24 volt operation at 15 and 15/ 75,95, 110,115,135, 150,177, 185. 75 candela. • Outdoor wall and ceiling products. �w DN-7087:C1•11/9/11—Pege 1 of 4 Horn and Horn/Strobe Horn and Horn/Strobe Output (dBA) Rotary Switch Setting 8-17.5 V 16-33 V Setting Repetitlon Rate dB Level Swltch Sound dB Position Pattern DC � DC � 7 empora om ig R R 2 Temporal hom Medium 1 Temporal Hlgh 7B 78 84 84 3 Temporel hom Low 2 Temporal Medium 74 74 80 80 4 o►mal hom ig 3 Temporal Low 71 73 76 76 5 Normal horn Medium q Non-temporal High 82 82 88 88 6 Normal horn Low 5 Non-temparal Medium 78 78 85 85 xtemally coded ig 6 Non-temporal Low 75 75 81 81 8' Externally coded Medium o e igh 9' Extemally coded Low 8' Coded Medium 78 78 85 85 : ettings and are not avai able 9* Coded Low 75 75 81 81 on 2-wire hom/s(robe. : ettings , ,an are not ava�ab e on -wi�e harn/stro e. 7wvo-W1re Ho�n/Strobe, STANDARD Candela Range (15- 115 cd), UL Maximum Current Draw (mA RMSj Input,Sound Pattem,d6 8-17.5 V 16-33 V Level 15 15175 15 15I75 30 75 95 110 115 nput, emporal, igh 1 74 7 � � � DC Input,Temporal,Medium �32 144 69 00 97 157 182 201 210 DC Input,Temporal,Low 132 143 66 77 93 154 179 188 207 nput, on-tempore, ig 1 11 1 1 DC Input,Non-temporal,Medium 133 145 75 85 102 163 187 207 216 DC Input,Non-temporal,Low 131 144 68 79 96 156 782 201 210 nput, empora, ig 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 FWR Input,Temporal,Medium 129 152 78 88 103 160 184 202 206 FWR Input,Temporal,Low 129 151 76 86 10i 160 184 194 201 Input, on-tempora, ig 14 161 10 11 1 '1 1 FWR Input,Non-temporal,Medium 134 155 85 95 110 166 189 208 216 FWR Input,Non-temporal,Low 132 154 80 90 105 161 1B4 202 211 Two-Wire Ho�n/Strobe, H/GHCandela Range (135- 185 cd), UL Maximum Current Draw (mA RMS) 16-33V 16-33V DC In ut P 135 150 177 185 �Rlnput 135 150 177 185 DC,Temporal,High 245 259 290 297 FWR,Temporal,High 215 231 Z58 265 DC,Temporal,Medium 235 253 288 297 FWR,Temporal,Medium 209 224 250 258 DC,Temporal,Low 232 251 282 292 FWR,Temporal,Low 207 221 248 256 DC,Non-temporel,High 255 270 303 309 FWR,Non-temporel,High 233 248 275 281 DC,Non-temporal,Medium 242 259 293 299 FWR,Non-temporal,Medium 219 232 26Z 267 DC,Non-temporal,Low 238 254 291 295 FWR,Non-temporal,Low 214 229 256 262 7oe7am�zoau.m ���� 6.8" _— C ' �l .�� � -— � � - v, _ � `\ �� �_�._—�� « � � � -- -� _ � ' 2.5 -�---...__....._---. : _ -� i5.6" _ ' � /a { � �-- �— _ o � —��=� - I 4�-2.5" / i�e� �� DN-70B7:C1•11/9/11—Pege 3 014 dn-60341:a1 SpectrAlert� Advance �� �oT� F� E R� Mini-Horns MHR/MHW by Honeywell � General The SpectrAlert�Advance series of mini-hom sounders are """""i�'��-•- --�- i ' designed to simplify installation to provide primary and sec- �;.j � �+ " ondary signaling br tire and security applications. The MHR and MHW mini-homs operate at 12 and 24 volts and -- -- - - are ideal for hotel,motel or residential fire system applications, , , y" a � - where a smaller not'rfication device is desired.The mini-homs �� ' offer high and low volume settings,and temporal or non-tem- ;`; �: poral tones. The homs can be mounted to single gang back F"a , , - -..,`-�--_-_-_. boxes for eesthetically sensitive applications.Synchronization :t `=-..—„ • ' is also provided when using the MDL3R, MDL3W module or =�----'�"`� any Notifier panel with the System Sensor sync protocoL �� -----�..=�_. i The MHR and MHW mini-homs can operate between 32 end � _._ . 120 degrees Fahrenheit from a regulated DC or full-wave recti- -- _. _.__,_ F fied, unfiltered power supply.They ere listed to Underwriters - ---... Laboratories. �,�! Features ._ 6N9CqholjVP • Standard UL 464 for tire protective signaling systems. • 12 and 24V operation. • High and low volume seflings. • Temporal and non-temporal tones. • Mounts to a single-gang backbox. LlStings and Approvals • Compatible with MDL sync module. These IisGngs and approvals apply to the modules specified in • Mechanically and electrically compatible with PA400 serles lhis document.In some cases,ceriain modules or applications Mini-Alert'"'sounders. may not be listed by certain approval agencies,or listing may be in progress.Consult factory tor listing status. Specifications • UL Llsted:S4011 PHYSICAL SPECIALIZATIONS • MEA:7-07-E • CSFM:7135-1653:196 Dimensions: 4_6"L x 2.9"W x.45"D. • FM Approved:3028007 Weight: 2.67 oz. Operating Temperature Range: 0°C to 49°C(32°F to 120°F). �rdering Information Mouniing: Surtace:Deep single-gang backbox(2-3/4"deep); MHR: Mini-Horn;Red. Flush:Standard 4"x 4"back box. MHW: Mini-Horn;White. ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS Input Terminals: 12 to 1 B AWG Nominal Voltege: Regulated 12DC/FWR or 24DC/FWR Operatfng Voitage: 8-33 Operating Voltage with MDL3R/W: 9-33 Architectural/Engineering Specifications Mini-horns shall be a System Sensor Model MHR or MHW capable of operaling at nominal 12 or 24VDC and shall mount to a single geng back box.Mini-horns shall be listed to Under- writers Laboratories Standard UL464 for fire protective signal- ing systems. Mini-horns shall operate between 32 and 120 degrees Fahrenheit from a regulated DC,or full-wave rectitied, unfiltered power supply. When used with the Sync•CircuitT"' Module, 12-volt rated notification appliance circuit outputs shall operate between nine and 17.5 volts;24-volt rated notifi- cation appliance circuit outpuis shall operate between 17 end 33 volts. .�.�.��. dn•60341:a1•2/9/10—Page 1 012 h �, �►L/�14t1iA �. �"��e �'. �_ � wra oe w��.e. ow .s ue.n..Na.:� saau ���s�``�� :�1�1��ItE��1C�1�# ,rw�o �.a.�� l�s�nM Nw�a�! . CONSUL7ING �' -Flr� & Llf� &af�ty,PP,rQfe.�slon�/s - � W��u�prt r�d 331 Ushers Road,Suite#3,Ballaton lake,New York 12U19 �* '� e�°^��y.MKET �ivr c�RIfluUan Phone:518.399.5110 - Fax:518.399.8702 - www.alarmandsuppression.com -" Date: A�S Number: 6/18/2018 19XXX i ; NOTE: Please check ALL shipments carefully and report any issues within 48hrs. i ; X Quantity: Model No: Description: __ _ . __________ ___------- _ __ _. - _ _.._. Area Of Refuge System -Product Data _.___ .__ ______. _.--------._. 1 2500 205FM Base Station, SmartRescue.5, 5-Call, Flush __ __ ____ ___ _- -_ _ _ _. _ _ _.._ ._ 1 2500-PWR24 Power Supply, 24vdc �__ ___._---_____ _. _ _._ ,-- .__._ _ ._._ 1 2100 958SR _ _Call Box, 24vdc, Flush Mount ---_ _ ._ _ _ --_. 1 2100 956SR Call Box, 24vdc, Surface Mount _ __ _ _. __ 1 7044 Sign "Area of Refuge", Entry Way Braille -- ___ _. 1 7049 Sign "Directions for Call Boxes", Wall Braille ___... _ __. _ 1_ . 7050D Sign "Area of Refuge", LED Lighted, Double SideBack-up --- --- ------�-- --�------�-----�------- 1 RP7500094 � Cable, 22awg,_2pair, SH/PL, 1,OOOFT * NOTE: EC to provide AOR Power Cable 18awg, 2cond. .._.___ .._.... _.__.__ . . -.---.--.---.__ ._..______ __. __ . _-_-'-_. * NOTE: EC to provide single analog telephone line for AOR. Customers telephone line _._. __ __ _ _- * N07E: See Fire Alarm Plan Drawings for AOR locations, � � � , r - � � 1 •Great for the lobby: Wall or panel mountable •2500-205D 8 2500-210D: Stainless Stee! box, surface mount •2500-205B/2500-210B: Powder coated steel face plate and enclosure with twist tock closure,surface mount, ! will accept Fireman's Lock(not provided by Rath) •2500-205PSS/2500-210PSS: Stainless Steel face plate,steel back box, flush mount ' •2500-205FM/2500-210FM: Powder coated steel face plate and enclosure with twist lock closure,flush mount� will accept Fireman's Lock(not provided by Rath} •3 year warranty ' •Run twisted, shielded, 4 wire set from each Call Box to Base Station unit and one standard phone line to outside world •Can be installed on a VoIP phone system when used with our 2100-VoIP InterFace Device •Can be used as an Intercom System when used with our 2100-LINESIM Line Simulator • Easy to use push buttons •Passively monitor communications between call boxes and outside world via the LED's •Solid lit LED indicates there is an emergency call in progress •Slow biinking LED indicates there is a call on hold •Audible alert when call box initiates call, silenced when call is joined from Base Station • Includes relay contact that trips if any call box has been activated • Base Station also includes connections for{2)Sub�tations (Model 2300-630SM) • Different communication methods: 1) Base Station phone can call into all or individual call boxes as needed 2)Can join in existing conversations between call box(es)and outside world 3)Can hang-up and original conversation will continue 4)Can terminate outside world so Base Station is only talking to the call boxes or terminate the call with all parties entirely •Volume control handset, meets ADA requirements for volume control handsets •Designed for either 120vac or 24vdc power • Built-in battery backup recharges from 120v or 24v power(allows for a minimum of 4 hours of talk time upon power loss) •Telephone Line Voltage: 24V-48V •Ringer Equivalent Number(REN): 1.OB ' ` ."""_ °�� RA H � .��. . ..�.. www.�na�eRnfu�.00m N56 W24720 N. Corporate Circle • Sussex, WI 53089 osns 800�1.51-1460 • 262-246-4828 (fax) • www.area-of-refuge.com 3Y arWarr nty / � I . � � � � I I w?�i '} s�{ �'t`�}F�,k�� � v�n� ,, ,y ,. �gi �� � �� i Ap���iR�.�`&����� T�s''i� r� y ��� rritY{��a �'r��Y.�!"��i.t�r�,L'�i�F;�'',�"�.,'.�. � � � � ,„,�� i e" % 4{P��"�y i �`�'+y�''�'"t°ri�yi�r �.�.S.�,. 1 =t �J�� ���4��h'S@ y' %•h"Cb� ' �1 7�C y�� °1�r,� t"��'k�`�' �, �I � ,�4� � �,� ,�J s � ����� �,� :. R �j ?�,��r r S�� ..�,l w Z . ,,� 1 6 r;:�� i�.r � �:�:,.N/,'�L�.K�. , ,� e S ii� '�y:Fu�..�C r M.; ��"�.. " � � ,Is�"5 � t I t ��� ` —'—^ i • Model: 2500-PWR24 • Size: 9.275"x 8.125"x 3.75" • Shipping Weight: 11 Ibs. • 24vdc, 9 Outputs • install up to (5) phones per output •4 Amp (100VA) Supply Current • Integral Surge Protection • Underwriters Laboratory Recognized • Individual LED Power Indication � Individual PTC Output Protection ., RA'T'H � N56 W24720 N. Corporate Clrcle • Sussex, WI 53089 '"'""""'"""'"'°'�°°"� 800-451-1460 • 262-246-4828(fax) • www.area-of-refuge.com O6/15 I � I . � I �� Ia General Features: •ADA compliant speaker phones (meets all requirements of IBC,ADAAG and NFPA) •Requires analog telephone line either POTS, PBX or central office phone lines •3 year warranty • Built-in battery backup recharges from 120v or 24v power(allows for a minimum of 4 hours of talk time upon power loss) -Power Requirements: Local 120vac power or Low Voltage 24vdc power (Phone suffix D=120vac or R=24vdc)24vdc power requires model 2500-PWR24 • Built-in 10 phone consolidator feature allows you to install 10 Call Boxes and 1 Base Station on a single telephone line • Programmable with up to 5 emergency numbers •On-site or remote programming •Pictorial keypad • Remote or on-site diagnostic test • Location message(18 second recordable message) •Phone checks every 24 hours for an active phone line, if one is not detected, phone will provide a relay trip • Compatible with SmartRescue Base Station or Command Center for in-building rescue coordination •Temperature range-40°F to+150"F •Automatic dialer(31 digit programmable memory) • Programming error indicator • Fully automated operation (no special codes or procedures to remember) •Automatic answer feature •Audible ring • LED: 2vdc, 1/3 watt(lights when phone is activated and flashes when cal! is received) •Touch Tone operation only(Touch Tone is an ATB�T registered trademark) •On hook telephone line voltage: 24V�8V (Off hook: 48V=3.55V 8�24V=3.59V) (Most standard telephone lines are 48V&many switchboard/PBX lines are 24V) • Loop current: (48V=23.89mA and 24V=24.32mA) • Ringer equivalent number(REN): .5B • FCC Part 68 Registered �.� RA�'H �� www.a�reel�nluN.san N56 W24720 N. Corporate Circle • Sussex,WI 53089 09/15 800-d51-1460 • 262-246�828 fax • www.area-of-refu e.com �`���n lhe USA � � g a veer w�renry ��,.__ ✓ �A , � � � �� � ' • WWWAINbM�NW.00T�/-.6�'� . I I � � y PUSH FOR HELP . � . i V i':.': E. ...;r ! x� LOGATION ••lLOOR � � � � I � 1 � � Yorwm ablo Io u�e Ih���k '' �I,Irw�y ao w..won u ; po��lbl�.unMs�1My�n � �nitUnQ olh�n. AREA OF REFUGE ' "-'-'- ` AREA OF � • �M...a�..+hw , � REFIIf±E � > theiwo-wey�m�rp�My Exterior Rescue Y\i eomm�nlc�tbn�y�M1m�w�il ' ' "•`•'°`••''•""`•, Assistance Wall Sign Photo Luminescent Wall Sign " � -� --- -�-�� �---' Model Number: 7086 _. Model Number: 7041 "Directions for Call Boxes" Size:8"x S" Size: 8"x 8" Raised Letter/Braille Entry Way Sign yyall Sign (With Braille) Model Numbers: Model Number:7049 7043-Black/Vllhite Size: 6"x 9" Size: 6"x 8" . � � 7044-Blue/White Size: 6"x 9" • • , — � e, �i � � V + � . • � � '� AREA OF ,� REFUGE � � � " - � Directional Sign Skid Resistant Floor Decal Model Numbers; Model Number: 7045 Braille Photo Luminescent Two-Way Emergency 7047L(Left Arrow) Size: 17" D Wall Sign Communication 7047R(Right Arrow) Model Number:7046 Model Number:7087 Size: 15"x 5" Size:8"x 8" Size:8"x 8" _...�--� � __ . Features: �"` '� •Power: 120/277vac 4w �s' ` '�'=�-� "'_ . �� � � �s. � ; �-> > ,�� Power: 1201277vac(4w : , �� . 350mA) �a� �, .. � ��;r,��:�'`:{���' , ;� �, -�;�.. �«-� �«�r„���� � 350mA) g�,.'' �r��'^ �`m"`"��� '` " •90 Minutes of Battery £�j t 1�''4g�' �., •Battery Back-up �� . �' - � , =m.y �� �, Back-up "��;�;�` ' a � �`+ •Red LED Lights "�� � ; � �� ��, •LED Lights �°�` � � � `�: �;{ •Constant Uniform ` �� y� ° •Constant Uniform `'� ''�4 + -� Illumination , ,�� �,. Illumination •UL Listed to meet UL 924, � •UL Listed to meet UL 924, NEC,OSHA, NFPA and Life NEC,OSHA, NFPA& " " Safety Code Illumination - Life Safety Code 120/277vac Lighted Wall Sign requirements 12Q/277vac Lighted Wall Sign Illumination requirements Model Number 7050E •Sign should be mounted Model Numbers: •White Aluminum Housing Size: 10.5" H x 14"W x 3"D above 60"but below 80" 7050(5ingle Sided) or With Acrylic Surtace from the finish floor to top 7050D(Double Sided) •Voltage Surge and Short of the sign Size: 10.5" H x 14"W x 3" D Circuit Protection •White Aluminum housing •Directional Arrows with Acrylic surtace Availabfe Upan Request •Voltage Surge and Short Circuit protection •Directional Arrows Included (Set of 3) N56 W24720 N. Corporate Circle • Sussex,WI 53089 osras 800�51-1460 • 262-246�828 fax • www.area-of-refune.com MadeinlheUSA � � 7 3 Year Wananty ""�.' '>:�. .�,. � �A�� ' � ' � ' . �;�e.�-�� � www.aroa•ol�rel�ge.c om .:F+•« Required Maunting Heighfs for Illuminated Call Boxes, Signage � Base Station , Signage Lobby Or Fire ' Command Center Tactile Base Station ' , � Signage � � _ _ _. � I Call Instructional � � � Between Box Signage � 1 � 60" - 80" � :.._ .... � , PUSH FOR NELP � f IOCA�IOM`' ' �le0n � i 11r�M���I�{��w li.���11 I ` � ._.:_.��,�� � " , ...V"k I •IaI�a�YNa�aa�.eo IO j { pe��Ih10�u�lt�����y n' 1 f�l.11np a�F.r�. { � ANaraellr�llnp t� i`o�n Iwo-wny�m��gnncy j Callen�Y�I�m.W]II m�a�le����I�I�nea. ,y.�v...._..........«..'..,.��.t �. ._._ ... ......_..� �OS' �0�� t0 t0 Center Center 48" 48" to to Center Center , f �� �� . . � �.x, .� � .�, r.. �.r , ,:r . y .i-`f,� - a'bst� '�i �F, ��M. • Call Box: 48" to Center • Lobby Or Fire Command Center Base Station: 60" to Center • Signage: • Instructional: 48" to Center • Tactile: 60" to Center • Illuminated: Between 60" - 80" N56 W24720 N. Corporate Circle • Sussex, WI 53089 � 0�/15 800-451-1460 � 262-246-4828 faxl • www.area-of-refu e.com MadclnflieUSA � ` g 3 Year Wavrvdy p`� � ���� � Llo a..a ny lh� NVS O•p t o1 Etwe� U�Vy l� Lla��u�Moa 140003��T2 �`'��i��`"-��, o�U��P''RE�`i'�'i1�101� 'i��. .;'�:M�:m�; u�.....no.:eaoz�a� CONSVLTIN4' - Fir� 8 Llfs SafsEy Prmf�ssBanra/s- W��upypoK�r�d �� ��o�Rlflowto� 331 Ushers Road, Suite#3,Ballston Lake, New York�2019 ��„ Phone:518_399.511 O - Fax-518.399.87p2 — www.alarmandsuppression.com — � Date: AB�S Number: 5/3/2019 19XXX i � X Quantity: Model No: Description: Access Control System - Product Data: 1 SK-CE-402 Access Control Kit, Includes: 1 E-COR-V7 EntraPass Corporate Edition Software * 1 KT-400 Dorr Controller, 4-Door,Transformer, Battery 1 P225XSF Card Reader Mullion Mount, XSF Format 1 P40KEY Key Tag,XSF Format 1 U5B-485 USB-485 Converter 1 P40KEY Key Tag, XSF Format 1 AL400ULX Power Suppkly, 120vac/24vdc, 4amps ** 1 SLA1280 Battery, 12v/8ah (not shown) �t i4NTLi�H From Tyco Security Products a ��z,{M�. 35 �.G �y.;,n j 'P�� �:�t i �`' � �tcd� ��'j�s.�tXf $�j .�a.:.h+°� y�td� �5r � �... -i I �i '�'�Y'". 7 ik"'�F y�,'�v x����5'�'��tc�}�s��'',�i�m��j��nd� .Jp��,�i��i4""{ ��04',.� � k!^�dv�n��� L f�; �.. . i II I�I � F. -r M -0& _'4p�,.� °�" �` � d'" � r r d�e. » �f� i F ` v,� +�� 5� �: Y a � ezk 0i'"��� e'���� � "4}� r� � �Q�„ rfy i renf y� 'a �a '� � � i + rt�r �u. �� �pA �`t�� ����.s'�v�,��.M �; �da�" a . � `;�i. -� � .�* {�� m �a"7r � �� 8 Je� + � �i�:. -,�°'+ �- � � g �"�yry r,„���rp`,.t r'��ly. �°�e��.Stk.N^ (:r"t ,t �.�.. o-'rb r " r d�,.� i� r�` e�.",.m`�*��o /� e a �.0 o � � � _ � � o `� � �`�'��" f3 `�` a. �r ,. 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Features That Make a Difference: • Secure 128-bit AES encryption � solutfon 4C?� • 100,000 cards and 20,000 stored events in stand-alone mode - • Ethernet port for easy connectivity • Data fntegration with DSC Ethernet-Ready Encrypted Status Indicators PowerSeries and MAXSYS fntrusion 4-Door Controller LEDs provide important controller status alarm panels The KT-400 four-door controller is a and diagnostic information.The KT-400 secure and easy-to-use networked access has multiple LED status indicators control solution with support(or eight for:troubleshooting,network activity, • Double and tr(ple swipe card at Kantech ioProx XSF entry/exit readers. power status and outputs activiry, reader to activate relay,arm alarm The KT-400 has an on-board Ethernet system,IocW unlock doors and more port that connects to existing network Easy Network Conneetivity infrastructure and leverages the benefits The auto-sensing 10/100Base-T onboard • Supports eight Kantech ioProx XSF of IP-based systems.Combine KT-400 Ethernet port automatically selects Yeaders with EntraPass security management compatible Ethernet speeds to provide software to create a highly scalable faster network connectivity.It eliminates solution that can be deployed within one the need to purchase an external Ethernet • Data integration with DSC MAXSYS, building or across multiple locations.The device,saving time and money.The KT-400 Power Series and PowerSeries Neo system easily scales from controlling four uses secure 128-bit AES encryption intrusion alarm panels doors to a million doors and managing to communicate with the Gateway. millions of cards at multiple locations. Built-In Expansion The KT-400 allows connection to expansion modules in order to add inputs or to add outputs such as relays and drain outputs. Combining input and output expansion modules provides the flexibility to connect up to 256 inputs and 256 outputs. r � ' �. ", i � a a 1" � * { r '^ 4"�k A t 0'::t '�",y4 4 -'` i8°Adr3'°§9 ic M' t�, ' �" ,q „ ��. �'. .� .� k �...d ��,-:{ +P�, {�'�„qy{bF`�"C(��'�'r^k fx t'r:t 4�, 9 p ' . 4*4^f:�S ry. (� �t�.l'.N �.,'. ' * �. " , i '' '' "r Z��� ° ro + �.:.�� � 2N � �x U� .�kt 4 i .{ 'r+'r . + °7: l a'4 yt� fi": �� �'; ,.� F + . 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KT•400 PCB and accessory kit PCB Dimensions......,. 23.1 x 14.0 x 3 4 cm (9.1 x 5.5 x 1.3 in} Expansion Modules Cabinet Weight.........4.0 kg(B.8 Ib) KT-MOD-INP16.....,... 16-zone input module with 41 cm(i6 In) SPI cable Environmental KT-MOD-RELS .......,. B-relay outputs module with 41 cm(16 in) Operaling Ternperaturo... 2°to 49°C(35°to 12U°F�; SPI cabla Indoor use only KT-MOD-OUT16......,. 16-zone output module with 41 cm(16 in) Humidiry Level.......... Maximum 85%relative humidity SPI cable nan-condensing Integration Modules Electrical KT-IT100.............. DSC PowerSeries Integratlon Kit:IT-10U Power Input integralion module and CBLK-ff100 Kf-400 ............. 16.5 VAC or 24 VAC,75 VA,Class 2 cable kit iransformer KT-4401VK....,..... .. DSC MAXSYS Inlegration KIL•Integratlon Batte Backu module and 1.8 m(6 h)RS-232 ry p......., 12 VDC/7 or 12 Ah battery supervised; connector cable set up to 12 hours of operation CBLK-IT1 W ........... DSC PowerSerles Cable KiC 3 m(10 ft) Reader Power Output.... Maximum 1.OA�5 VDC or 12 VDC, RS-232 connector cable set lypical 250mA per reader,protected and CBLK-4401VI<.,,....... DSC MAXSYS Cable Kit: 1.8 rn(6 ft) supervised RS-232 connector cable set and EPROM set Operational �BL1<-17V2 •.•..... Cable kit,Kanlech/DSC PowerS�rles Neo, .... Reader Types .,,.......Wlegand,proxlmiry,ABA clock and RS-232 to h22 converter,conneclor and cable 1.8 rn(6 ft).Reyulros a data,bar code,magnelic,integrated Communicatlon Module TL280 Frmware koypad,smart card version 4.10A29 or higher #of Readers Supported.. Eipht(Kantech ioProx XSF readers only) Monitored Poinls(Inputs).. 16 moNtored points,sinylc-�EOL, double EOL Accessories Polnts Maximum Wiring.,.AWG t122-600 m(2,000 ft) KT-MOD-SPI-16 ..,..... SPI cable 41 cm(16 in) Door Slrike Power..,,... 12VDC,mauimum 2.OA,typical 500mE1 per ICT-MOD-SPI-3G ....,... SPI cable 92 cm(36 in) lock,supervised fCf-400-ACC...........Accessory Klt resistors(4x 1 K 4, Extemal Luck Power..... 12 or 24 VDC(up to 28 VDC)supply up to 32x 5.6K 4),ground wire,battory 750 mA per bck for a total of 3 amp connecror and screwdriver Reader Outpuls......... 16 outputs,25 rnA maximum each,open Kf-q00-CAB........... 81ack metal cabinet with lock and keys collec;tor oulputs KT-MUD-CAB.......... Cabinet for up to 6 expanslon modules, Auxlllary Outputs......,. LEDs(door 1,door 2,door 3,door 4,LED, including lock,keys and 92 cm(36 In) OUTi and OUT2)and bur�ers(Buz,door 1, SPI cablo door 2,door 3,door 4)25 mA each,open KT-TAMPER............ Tamper swltch collector oulputs Kf-LOCf<.......... ... Cabinet lock and 2 keys Controlled Oulput Relay .. Four onboard Form C controlled outputs {(T-400-CON........... Removable terminal block relay,30 VDC,3 amp max each KT-3LED-PLATE ...,.,,.Alarrn(3 LED)Indicator Communication Ports.... RS-232 wlth RJ-12,RS-485, Ethernet 10/100Base-T with RJ-45 6cpansion Port......... SPI 6-pin conneclor,bl-directional data Power Supplias exchange supported.Supplies 12 VDC, TR1675...............Wire-in irans(ormer,110 VAC(16.5 VAC 5(�0 mA maximum shared with 12 VDC (75 VA),UL approved auxillary port I(T-BATT-12..........., Gel cell baltery, 12 V,7 Ah Auxiliary Port..,........Auxiliary 12 VDC,500 mA maximum KT-BATT-1212..........Gel cell battery, 12 V,12 Ah shared SPI expansion port Communication Speed.,. Up to 115,200 baud(automa�ic detection over RS-232 and RS-485); 10/100Base-T over Ethernet Flash Memory.......... 25G M8 for applicatlon a�d data storage (conllguration and events can reside tor a minimum o(10 years without power) RAM................. 128 MB for application loading and running Network Autonomy,..... Distrlbuted data and processing Regulatory EN61000-6-1,EN61000-6-2,EN55022,EN60950 FCC Class B UL-294,UL-1076 RoHS WEEE CE ���� From Tyco Security Products � � � � � _ 4:.,1, • • • . � Q ° i �;< s�� �_ y ��• � � � � , ����k ���,, � a�'` � ,, ,•k, .� � 3, Y Yj , �,x{�` h�'�,,.�� � ` ' .._ � � • . 0� � � . w r �.�y'tr ��` 1�'�}s� '4��,'v �',�"ar. 4' A k � ,d!` `'�„ ,)�e �� �,(, �5.y�.w,.{. ".c.. lYo''. M�,��:' �'k„ � � � • ' � �� � ' i� �� �f��asf����� �"i � � ���' �:k�'� '�i",:� 'vYiM �� ;.p�E�,.�V ..Z.�� ...a�e.s �H ��, fw.w�Mu � Features That Make a D1fFerence': • NEW!Gain access to doors with a F N�(h n('n S 5 �P/�S S one time unlock command using the ��� � EntraPass Go Pass mobfle app • NEW!Automatically move legacy controller to Kr 1 and KT-400 door controllers eliminating the need to Network-Ready polling device to ensure the controllers reprogram EntraPass Corporate Edition is a proven communicate with EntraPass only as • Supports up to 20 workstations and plallorm that offers the ultimate balance required,reducing network traffic. controls hundreds of thousands of betwcen power and affordability in a doors nelwork environment.EntraPass offers the Remote, mobile access • Import/synchronize EntraPass operators flexibility to securely connect controllers EntraPass Corporate Edition supports the and users with Microsoft Active directly on the network,as well as over intuitive,state-of-the-art EntraPass Web and Directory for centrallzed management RS-485. EntraPass software is compatible EntraPass Go mobile applications which • Automatically log into EntraPass with �th Kantech IP devices such as KT-400/ offer customers an unparalleled feature-rich Windows credentlals usfng Single Sign �1 controllers and Kantech IP Link(Kf-IP) securiry experience.System adminisirators On in Microsoft Active Directory which all utilize highly secure 128-bit AES can securely connect via the web or a • Integrates with EntraPass Go mobi�e encryption to ensure communication is not dedicated app on their smart phone/tablet app—interact with EntraPass with a few compromised. and manage common access conirol,video taps on your mobile devlce and intrusion functions wherever they are. KT-IP is an RS-232 to TCP/IP intertace that • Integrates with EntraPass Web(remote connects KT-100 or KT-300 door controllers EntraPass also supports the new EntraPass user platForm)to manage access to a network and the KT-400 controller is a Go Pass mobile app which allows users control, IP video,telephone entry and/ high proven IP controller that supports up with appropriate credentials to quickly and oI'iflttUslon secul'ity assets to 8 ioProx readers(4 doors IN/OUT control conveniently access secured areas with a • Supports up to 50 concurrent using ioProx XSF readers). few iaps of a mobile device.EntraPass Go logins of EntraPass Web and/or Pass turns an iOS mobile device into an EntraPass Go For the utmost flexibility and as a truly access control credential.Once the app Firstlogin is provided as standard plug&play IP device,the KT-1 controller connects to the Kantech EntraPass server, • Integrates with Exacq video features a direct Ethemet port,PoE/PoE+ it presents you with a list of doors that you management systems,Amerfcan capabilities and can be easily surface are authorized to enter. Dynamics DVRs/NVRs(VldeoEdge, mounted above the door,thus reducing HDVR,ADTVR and Intellex)and cabling and installation Site Architecture Kantech INTEVO integrated security A site within EntraPass represents a platform time.With its innovative one-touch set-up customer's building,campus,etc.and is • Integrates with DSC PowerSeries, and enrollment process, Kf-1 provides composed of many different connections, PowerSeries Neo and MAXSYS integrators with the ultimaie IP access which have multiple door controllers intrusion alarm panels control installation in minutes. Kantech's IP ariached.The system can manage up • Double and triple swipe cal'd at reader devices offer real-time access to security to 2,048 IocaVsecure IP connections (with KT-1/KT-4d0 controller)to activate (consisting of KT-100,KT-200,KT-300,KT-1 such features as acGvate relay,arm information and integrate seamlessly into or ICT-400 door controliers)per Multi-Site alarm system and lock/unlock doors an existing TCP/IP netvuork;meaning no Gateway. EntraPass supports the use • Easily add ASSA ABLOY Aperio changes to existing equipment,neiwork, of third party card readers as well as wlreless locks to KT-400 or KT-1-M or related systems.They also act as a door controllers 'All ol iho faaturos tisled on lhis data stiee�are eveilable with Ihe lale^,t build of EnlraPasv v7,0 and ti�gher � O i �r � � ' • � system to receive intrusion events,view zone status and to It uses a touch-tone phone style keypad that offers both manage partitions/user codes and arm/disarm via card reader. familiarity and ease oi use.Two-way audio is built-in. `Please note:Neo Virtual Keypad offering is not available at tn'S t'me. ASSA ABLOY Aperio Wireless Lock Integration The virtual zones feature in DSC PowesrSeries Neo allows Kantech expands its integrated user experience by adding for the access control events from EntraPass to be sent the support of ASSA ABLOY Aperio wireless locks.The to the central monitoring center for even better situational Aperio locks are managed directly through EntraPass. Each awareness. A erio lock communicates with an P Aperio wireless hub, which communicates back io the KT-400 and fCFi-M door Telephone Entry Integration controllers over RS-485.Online transactions mean that The Kantech Telephone Entry System(KTES)delivers a fully EntraPass is updated in real-time,providing a high level of integrated telephone entry and access control solution.The control and visibility of door actions.See ASSA ABLOY Aperio KTES provides visitor/resident entry,tracking and reporting. data sheet on www.kantech.com for additional information. 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Readers are compatible with dual- `� �— ��v`��� --------�-� � • encoded proximity cards-26-bit Wiegand and Kantech XSF • Kantech XSF cards can be encoded with over faur billion unique codes Digital Signal Processing(DSI� lntegration by Design Selecting The Right Reader • ensures quick and reliable card Kantech ioProx readers and cards provide ioProx readers can be selected based an ideal access control solution.They are on mounting optlons(single gang box or reading a secure and easy-to-install solution to mullion),compatible card formats(26-bit manage and control access all the while Wiegand or Kantech XSF�,read range and • Weatherproof design for indoor and ensuring people,materials and operations authentication(card or card plus PIN). outdoor applications are safe.ioProx readers and cards seamlessly integrate with Kantech access Read Range • Integrated piezoelectric buzZer& control systems including door controllers Depending on the model selected and the bicolor reader LED and EntraPass Security Software. operating conditions,read range varies from 16.5 cm to 73 crn(6.5 in to 29 in).With Encoding &Authentication its extended range,the P600 Long Range • Quick connect terminal bloCks(P225 All ioProx readers are compatible with dual Reader is ideal for parking lots and other and P325 series)albWs for easy encoded proximity cards-26-bit Wieyand long read range applications. wiring and saves time and money and Kantech Extended Secure Format(XSF�. The XSF cards can be encoded with over Appealing/Durable Readers • Up to 73 cm(29 in)read range(P600) four billion codes,ensuring no duplication. ioProx readers are attractive,compact, ioProx keypad readers provide a powerful weatherized and vandal-resistant,making security solution. Combine an ioProx card them suitable for installation in a vaziety presentation with a personal identification of indoor and outdoor environments.The number(PIN)io support dual authentication bicolor reader LED indicates system status. of identity. The LED turns green to indicaie a successful read when the card is presented to the Presenting Our Credentials reader.In addition,the LED can indicate ioProx cards feature proven,reliable if the alarm system is armed or disarmed. technology that seamlessly integrates with The pi�zoelectric buzzer provides audible ioProx readers.Cards are available in a indication of a successful read. variety of shapes and materials.They offer a flexible design and can be attached to a key ring,badge clip or lanyard.In the case of disk shaped P50TAG,it can be attached to any non-metallic surface such as a smart phone.And sorne cards are suitable for dye sublimation printing. • 5. NEW WINDOWS AT REAR OF BUILDING ON FIRST FLOOR Architect, Large Awning Vent, 35 x 35, Brown to match the color of existing windows on the building fa�ade. �,� _ -i-�=.�-t-�,-- � .. :��� �, 4. . `._.�._-.�";,.. " � � �� .. . � ..._ .. 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'.^ � y•�:4 w,�: ,� s,� ,�;�.6G}'«��'".<.�,. :.;�. v2.x. „ y"�" � � ° y r `� ; � -y `;t � � .4i �� � �r wh^ �„ 1 Pf� 'uik9t.!",'1�n:.r.� «SEE ATTACHED PELLA WINDOW SPECIFICATIONS » 283 RIVER STREET TROY,NEW YORK 12180 PH 518 618 0900 FX 518(18 0901 3tarchitects.com Proposal - Defailed �j Pella Window and Door Showroom of Rensselaer Sales Rep Name: Decker,Joseph j � 529 Third Ave.Extension Sales Rep Phone: (518)286-1900 Rensselaer,NY 12144 Sales Rep E-Mail: jdecker@pellacrawford.com �� Phone:(518)286-1900 Fax: (518)286-4011 Sales Rep Fax: (518)286-4011 Customer Information ProjecUDelivery Address Order Information BONACIO CONSTRUCTION,INC BONACI0177 VAN DAMIJAD Quote Name: BONACIOl17 VAN DAM/JAD 18 Division St Ste 401 77 VAN DAM STREET SUITE 401 Order Number: 255 SARATOGA SPRINGS,NY 12866-3154 Lot# Quote Number: 11527128 Prlmary Phone:(518)584-9007 SARATOGA SPRINGS,NY 12866 Order Type: Non-Instailed Sales Mobile Phone: (518)9442138 County: SARATOGA Wall Depth: Fax Number; (518)5815912 Owner Name: Payment Terms: Net 90 Days E•Mail: BONACIO CONSTRUCTION,INC Tax Code; SARATOGA Contact Name: Owner Phone:(518)584-9007 Cust Delivery Date: None Quoted Date: " Great Plains#: 407184 Contracted Date: Customer Number: 1002458993 Booked Date: Customer Account: 1000357569 Customer PO#: CustomerNotes: ARCHITECTSERIES BROWN EXTERIOR PRE-FINISHED WHITE INTERIOR WHITE HARDWARE NO GRILLES NO EXTENSION JAMBS For more infortnation regarding the finishing,maintenance,service and warranty of all Pella�products,visit the Pella�website at www.pella.com Printed on 11/27/2019 Detailed Proposal Page 1 of 5 Customer.BONACIO CONSTRUCTION,INC Projecl Name: BONACIOITf VAN DAMIJAD Quote Number.71527128 Line# Locapon: Attributes �o None Assigned Architect,Large Awning Vent,35 X 35,Brown � � � 7:3535 Vent Awning � �''.� PK k Frame Size:35 X 35 � �• 2048 Generol Informatlon:Standard,Clad,Pine,5",3 11/16" Exlerior Color/Finish:Painled,Standard Enduractad,Brown �_ Intarlor Color/Flnish:Prefinished While Painl Interior � —" Sash/Pa�el:Ogee,Ogee,Standard - Yewed Fram Ezteriar Glass:Insulated�ua�Low-E Advanced Low-E Insulaling Glass Argon Non High Allitude Rough Opening; 35-3f4'X 35-314" Hardware Optlons:Fold-Away Crank,White,No Lfmited Opening Hardware,No Inlegraled Sensor,Sill Screen:FuIlScreen,White,InVewTM Parformanoe Infortnation:U-Faclor 028,SHGC 0.26,VLT 0.48,CPD PEL-N•30-13229-00002,Performance Class LC,PG 40,Calculated Posilive DP Raling 40,Calculaled Negative DP Raling 40,Year Raled 11,Egress Not Applicabte Grille:No Grille, Wrapping Information:Foldout Fins,Faclory Applied,No Exlerior Trim,3 11/tfi",5',Factory Applied,Pella Recommended Clearance,Perimeler Length= 140". Thank You For Your Interest In PellaO Products For more infortnation regarding the finishing,maintenance,service and warranty of all PellaC�products,visit the Pelia�website at www.pella.com Printed on 1112712019 Detailed Proposal Page 2 of 5 Customer:BONACIO CONSTRUCTION,INC Project Name: BONACIOR7 VAN DAM/JAD Quote Number.11527128 PELLA WARRANTY: Pella products are covered by Pella's limited warranties in effect at the time of sale.All applicable product warranties are incorporated into and become a part of this contract. Please see the warranties for complete details,taking special note of the two important notice sections regarding installation of Pella products and proper management of moisture within the wall system.Neithcr Pella Corporation nor the Seller will be bound by any other warranty unless specifically set out in this contract. However,Pella Corporation will not be liable for branch warranties which create obligations in addition to or obligations which are inconsistent with Pella written warranties. Clear opening(egress)information does not take into consideration the addition of a Rolscreen[or any other accessory]to the producL You should consult your local building code to ensure your Pella products meet local egress requirements. Per the manufacturer's limited warranty,unfinished mahogeny exterior windows and doors must be finished upon receipt prior to installing and refnished annually,thereafter. Variations in wood grain,color,texmre or natural characteristics are not covered under the limited warranry. INSYNCTIVE PRODUCTS:In addition,Pella Insynetive Products are covered by the Pella Insynctive Products Software License Agreement and Pella Insynctive Products Privncy Policy in effect at the time of sale,which can be found at Insynctive.pella.com. By installing or using Your Insynctive Products you are acknowledging tl�e Insynctive Software Agreement and Privacy Policy are part ofthe terms ofsale. ARBITRATION AND CLASS ACTION WAiVER("ARBITRATION AGREEMENT") YOU and Pella and its subsidiaries and the Pella Branded Distributor AGREE TO ARBITRATE DISPUTES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO YOUR PELLA PRODUCTS(INCLUDES PELLA GOODS AND PELLA SERVICES)AND WAIVE THE RIGHT TO HAVE A COURT OR JURY DECIDE DISPUTES.YOU WAIVE ALL RIGHTS TO PROCEED AS A MEMBER OR REPRESENTATIVE OF A CLASS ACTION,INCLUDING CLASS ARBITRATION,REGARDING DISPUTES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO YOUR PELLA PRODUCTS.You may opt out of tliis Arbitration Agreement 6y providing notice to Pella no later than ninety(90)calendar days from the date You purchased or otherwise took ownership of Your Pella Goods,To opt out,You must send notice by e-mail to pellawebsuonort r�i nella.com,with the subject line:"Arbitration Opt Out"or by calling(877)473-5527.Opting out of the Arbitration Agreement will not affect the coverage provided by any applicable limited wartanty pertaining to Your Pella Produc[s.For complete infortnation,including Ihe full terms and conditions of this Arbitration Agreement, which are incorporated herein by reference,please visit>vww.oella.com/arbitration or e-mail to�Ilawcbsu000rt�oella com,with the subjec[line:"Arbitration Details"or call (877)473-5527.D'ARBITRAGE ET RENONCIATION AU RECOURS COLLECTIF("convention d'arbitrage")EN FRAN�AIS SEE PELLA.COM/ARBITRAT[ON.DE ARBITRAJE Y RENUNCIA COLECTIVA("acuerdo de arbitraje")EN ESPANOL VER PELLA.COM/ARBITRATION. Product Perfomtance Information: U-Factor,Solar Heat Gain Coefficient(SHGC),and Visible Light Transmittance(VLT)are certi6ed by the National Fenestration Rating Council(NFRC).Manufacturer stipulates that these ratings conform to applicable NFRC procedures for determining whole produc[performance.NFRC ratings are determined for a fixed set of environmental conditions and a specific product size.NFRC does not recommend any products and does not warrant the suitability of any product for any specific use. Design Pressure(DP),PerFormance Class,and Performance Grade(PG)are certified by a third party organization,in many cases the Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA).The ceRification requires the performance of at least one produc[of the product line to be tested in accordance with the applicable performance standards and verified by an independent party.The ceRificution indicates that the product(s)of the product line passed the applicable tests.The certiFcation does not apply to mulled and/or product combinations unless noted.Actual product results will vary and change over the products life. For more performance information along with informa�ion on Florida Product Approval System(FPAS)Number and Texas Dept.of Insurance(TDI)number go to www.oel I a.com/oertorm ance. For more infortnation regarding the finishing,maintenance,service and warranty of all Pella�products,visit the Pella�website at www.pella.com Prinled on 11/27/2D19 Detailed Proposal Page 3 of 5 Customer:BONACIO CONSTRUCTION,INC Project Name: BONACI0177 VAN DAM/JAD Quote Number.11527728 TERMS&CONDITIONS: THIS PROPOSAI WILL BE HONORED THIRTY(30)DAYS FROM THE ABOVE QUOTE DATE. CONTR,4CT CONDITIONS-(1.)Purchaser should caretulfy check material against packing list upon aMval and IMMEDIATELY repon shortgage or damage to our driver or directly to lhe Crawford Door&Window Sales Order Fulfillment Department at 800.524-3489,ext.28. No claims can he considered unless filed wilhin five days.(2.)Purchaser acknowledges Ihat wood Is no[a man made mater(al and therefore varia[ions in wood erain,color,teMure and olher natu2l characterisllcs may be present in wood windows,doors and trim. Purchasar(urther acknowledges lhat compared�o the Pella Interior Prefinish Options literature or other provided samples,some color variaGons are expecled with respect to staln and paint finlshed wood producls because wood is a natural malerial. (3.)Delivered material Is based upon quanliUes,unit sizes and window codes es per order. Purchasershould carefully check arder and alert us immediately of any variance. (4.)Crawford Door 8 Window Sales will provide TAILGATE DELIVERY,THEREFORE SOMEONE MUST BE AT THE JOBSITE TO ASSIST OUR DRIVER. (5,) The purchaser agrees to install produd In accordance with PELLA Installation procedures. (6,)ALL ORDERS THAT ARE NOT DELIVERED ON THE DATE AGREED UPON WITH OUR ORDER FULFILLMENT DEPARTMENT WILL BE INVOICED ON SAID DATE. (7.)PAYMENT TERMS-Non-credit approved accaunts and newly approved credil accounts require e 50% Deposit. C.O.D,payable by cash,check or MCNISA only for non-aedit approved accounts.All contracts paid in full with cash or check al the time Ihe order is placed,are entitled lo a 2% discount(credit card paymen!DOES NOT appty for this special discounl)A 530 returned check fee will be assessed for any check returned unpaid;Credit approved T2de accounts have lertns of Net 30 days; over 30 days subject to 1.5%per month service charge(lhis is an annual rata of 18%). (8.)Delivered units are not returnable unless aulhorized by the management of Crewford Door&Window Sales,and applicable RESTOCKING CHARGES and hand�ing charges wlll be applied. Additionally,ALL CHANGES after ihe order has been placed are subject to RESTOCKING CHARGES. (9.)The RESTOCK CHARGE Is 50%of LIST PRICE and APPLIES FOR ALL APPROVED ITEMS AS DETAILED ABOVE.NOTE:RESTOCKING CHARGES ARE NOT DISCOUNTABLE AND ARE TAXABLE. NON STOCK ITEMS ARE NOT RETURNABLE AND NO CREDIT WILI BE ISSUED. (10.)If purchaser canceis lhe conlract,purchaser shall forfelt all deposlts. For more information regarding the finishing,maintenance,service and warranty of all Pella�products,visit the Pella�website at www.pelia.com Prinfed on 1112712019 Detailed Proposal Page 4 of 5 6. SIDE DOOR TRANSOM INFILL The existing transom has been infilled with 2" real stone purchased at Adirondack Stone. It has been matched as closely as possible to the existing stone. Weather has lightened the existing stone. ��R�¢-''�.�'�'e 4�. ,� �, a� : ' �.._.._ ;��_ _ �-1 � �« . �.�. "�r`�'is�„ ,E � w.��� w_i����, ��� .�'�' • ,. . . .. . _ ._ F � .w.r:�.,._ ; �`, "` ::�r- �; _ _ , .'�''1'; _.._ _.-.v:i i � , l y . 'M!� � . . +n . � i .� i1b�} �� � '� � . 7 " ' `,r �iAIA .lpyw� y^k 4 �� u^I t' � ... ,� ^"+'w"Y p}+�.+.' T l ��� • s�X ,� � +�w q� k � .. -0 1 ..,_.,�'�. . � t F"Y. �� ^r fy.'m..,�±'��� . . �.. . -. �" ,t j z, � � ..en..w. ' � "�yr�{� . � }'.�8 _.� ,.� .. ..�., �. .^ ..+..d ,1h !_ . ...,�.+^.�, : . 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